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Role play cards for social skills: No. 1 increasing confidence

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Jennings, Sue. Oxon, UK: Winslow Press , 1988. (Other) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Call Number
CF 100 JEN 1988
The cards represent three different community scenes - the Supermarket; the Doctor's office; and the Asian Market - which can be used to practice several social skills. These include: walking practice; sitting practice; greeting practice; speaking practice; listening practice; negotiation and dis…
Title
Role play cards for social skills: No. 1 increasing confidence
Author
Jennings, Sue
Place
Oxon, UK
Publisher
Winslow Press
Year Published
1988
Physical Description
28 teaching cards
Topics
Social Behaviour (includes boundaries)
Child Social Behaviour
Social Skills
Abstract
The cards represent three different community scenes - the Supermarket; the Doctor's office; and the Asian Market - which can be used to practice several social skills. These include: walking practice; sitting practice; greeting practice; speaking practice; listening practice; negotiation and disagreement practice, as well as assertion practice. The cards have been kept flexible to enable ideas to come from group members.
ISBN
0863880657
Language
English
Material Type
Other
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
CF 100 JEN 1988
Copy 2 BC Children's and Women's Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre Redevelopment Available
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Circles, stop abuse: Teaching self-protection skills to persons with developmental disabilities

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Champagne, Marklyn P., Walker-Hirsch, Leslie. Santa Barbara, CA: James Stanfield Publishing Company , 1986. (Kit) — 1 copy, 0 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Call Number
STACKS CE 510 CHA 1986
Based on the Circles concept which provides a framework for establishing relationships and enhancing the quality of those relationships, this program concentrates on teaching people with developmental disabilities to recognize and consequently avoid sexually threatening or abusive situations.
Title
Circles, stop abuse: Teaching self-protection skills to persons with developmental disabilities
Author
Champagne, Marklyn P.
Walker-Hirsch, Leslie
Place
Santa Barbara, CA
Publisher
James Stanfield Publishing Company
Year Published
1986
Physical Description
2 DVD's + 1 teacher's guide
Series
Circles ; no. 2
Topics
Child Abuse-Prevention
Sexual Abuse-Prevention
Social Skills
Developmental Disabilities
Social Behaviour (includes boundaries)
Relationships
Child Social Behaviour
Young Adult Social Behaviour
Abstract
Based on the Circles concept which provides a framework for establishing relationships and enhancing the quality of those relationships, this program concentrates on teaching people with developmental disabilities to recognize and consequently avoid sexually threatening or abusive situations.
Language
English
Material Type
Kit
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Family Support & Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
STACKS CE 510 CHA 1986
Copy 1 BC Children's and Women's Family Support & Resource Centre Basement On Loan, due January 01, 2020

Stacking the deck: A social skills game for adults with developmental disabilities

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Foxx, Richard M., McMorrow, Martin J. Champaign, IL: Research Press , 1983. (Game) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Call Number
CF 110 FOX 1983
The Stacking the Deck program is an excellent evaluation tool designed to be used with any available game board to teach appropriate social skills to individuals with mental disabilities. Persons with disabilities can learn new skills, and increase existing ones while practicing appropriate social…
Title
Stacking the deck: A social skills game for adults with developmental disabilities
Author
Foxx, Richard M.
McMorrow, Martin J.
Place
Champaign, IL
Publisher
Research Press
Year Published
1983
Physical Description
24 p. + 144 game cards
Topics
Social Behaviour (includes boundaries)
Developmental Disability
Social Skills
Abstract
The Stacking the Deck program is an excellent evaluation tool designed to be used with any available game board to teach appropriate social skills to individuals with mental disabilities. Persons with disabilities can learn new skills, and increase existing ones while practicing appropriate social behaviours in a relaxed atmosphere. The program's social situations are derived from six areas of social behaviour: compliments, social interaction, politeness, criticism, social confrontation, and questions/answers.
Notes
Audience: counselling professionals, educators, parents and support workers.
Oct 5/12 - Copy 2 006195 listed as missing.
ISBN
0878222316
Language
English
Material Type
Game
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
CF 110 FOX 1983
Copy 1 BC Children's and Women's Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre Redevelopment Available
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