Toolkit Review by Debra Muzikar

If you are the parent of a 16 – 26 year old and completing transition plans, I highly recommend this book. It will save you a ton of time in setting goals and focusing on what really matters. If you are an educator who wants current, practical tools to work with your students, this is a must-have book.

Toolkit Cover - VerticalToolkit Review: Autism & Learning Differences: An Active Learning Teaching Toolkit

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The 500+ page book is content-rich and spiral bound for easy photocopy of worksheets and handouts. It is a practical book created for parents, educators, and students on the autism spectrum. Icons and sidebars which provide an accessible at-a-glance reference for inspiration, encouragement, fast facts, or classroom management tips and techniques that relate to each chapter’s content are included in the book making it very easy to navigate…

I’m only scratching the surface of this book. If you are the parent of a 16 – 26 year old and completing transition plans, I highly recommend this book. It will save you a ton of time in setting goals and focusing on what really matters. If you are an educator who wants current, practical tools to work with your students, this is a must-have book. You will save time by not having to recreate the wheel. If the only reason you purchase it is for the handouts – it will save you a ton of time. Michael has done it for you. If you are an organization that works with autistic young adults creating peer groups or social facilitation, this book will tell you how to do it…

My review ***** Highly recommend!

Debra Muzikar is the co-founder of the Art of Autism Project. You can read her full review here.