A growing number of parents are considering part time or 'flexischooling' as an option that might benefit their child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) but face concerns such as: Is it possible? Has anyone tried it? How can it be set up? Above all, does it work? This book answers all these questions, and many more.
Covering both the home and school angle, it explores ways to evaluate whether the option is right for your child, organising the arrangement effectively with the school and ensuring that curriculum and examination goals are met, and also includes case examples of successful part time schooling at both primary and secondary level.
This is the first resource of its kind to bring together all of the information needed for both parents and schools to consider the merits and disadvantages of this approach, and to evaluate it as an option for individual children.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 192 g
Dimensions: 216 x 170 x 8 mm
This is a wonderfully useful book that concisely outlines the flexischooling option. It answers many of the questions that you may have if you're considering flexischooling your child... This book is reassuring and realistic in describing the challenges faced by parents who choose flexischooling. - Communication
Clare's book on flexischooling is an excellent introduction to how it can be of benefit to the child with autism; any parent of an autistic child, plus anyone with an interest in the education of children with autism should read this book. - From the foreword by Dr Luke Beardon, Senior Lecturer in Autism at The Autism Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, co-editor of several books in the Adults Speak Out about Asperger Syndrome s
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