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This title features 44 cards on skills for daily living. These full-colour cards illustrate a variety of familiar situations and activities that can be used with older chidren and adults who require intervention in the area of appropriate social behaviour. Some cards show a good understanding of social skills, while others show a poor understanding by one or more people. Situations include: disturbing other people; jumping the queue; helping a disabled person; caring for an animal; and cheating in an exam. The cards also show non-verbal communication, such as posture, gesture, facial expression, respecting personal space and appearance.
"Suitable for use with older children and adults who require intervention in the area of appropriate social behaviour. The content is good, representing a wide variety of different situations and scenarios, and the pictures form a useful basis for discussion with individuals and groups." — RCSLT Bulletin
"Clearly drawn pictures…wide age range…could be used flexibly in individual or group settings." — OTPLD Newsletter
"Represent a wide range of familiar events…this would be a valuable resource." — NAPOT
This bestselling series contains inspiring, professional materials designed to help develop both language and social skills. Uniquely created for use by professionals including speech and language therapists and educators, colorcards® are designed to support students of all ages and abilities.
Each box comes with an instruction booklet and flashcards which are designed to:
The images of real objects, people, situations and activities are chosen and photographed with great care to maximise the educational benefit for students from early years through mainstream education and special education, to adult learning and ESOL.