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Students are served in a continuum of settings that may include self-contained classes and opportunities for participation in general education classes with nondisabled peers as appropriate. A socially adept child quickly and unconsciously identifies and categorizes his listener, measures what she planned to say against the anticipated response of the listener, and then proceeds, alters or avoids what she had planned to say. Studies have demonstrated the benefits of several approaches for improving social skills.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 4, 2013)

ISBN: 1482396955

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