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Mary Wrobel is a speech-language pathologist with more than twenty years of experience working with students who have autism and other disabilities. She wrote Taking Care of Myself to help teach students with disabilities the necessary information and skills they need to live safe, healthy lives as independently as they are physically and mentally capable of. Mary believes that by teaching these special young people self-care skills, we can instill personal safety and reduce confusion, fear, and the incidence of abuse.
I bought this book for my daughter to use with her daughter with autism. The workbook format is great since she homeschools. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Beth Ferree
Totally useless for us. We were looking for materials to teach children with learning disability and autism. The book is addressed to individuals with very very mild disabilities. Read morePublished 3 months ago by luca
A must read for families dealing with autism issues. Great for boys and girls. I read it with my child and we learned together!Published 5 months ago by Bee
An essential book for parents of kids with autism. I like the sections that children can read for themselves. It makes teaching them so much easier.Published 8 months ago by Catherine Chen
Really a great resource for kids with special needs, their parents, and others when the scary puberty topic becomes necessary.Published 9 months ago by ARC
This is a great social story book! It is very clearly written, understandable and not embarrassing!Published 10 months ago by Noahla Purdy
I used this book to teach as class. I am a nurse at a special needs school and also a mother of an adult with Down Syndrome. Great tips!Published 15 months ago by tsktsktsk