One-on-One Book and DVD
One-on-One Book presents structured learning activities,
step-by-step, for students who are non-compliant and who have
minimal skills. For professionals and parents working with
low-functioning children with autism and other developmental
Developed by author Marilyn Chassman, this program chronicles a
five-year process of homeschooling her son Brian, a child with
autism who exhibited very aggressive behaviors and did not
communicate. The One-on-One manual provides over 30 structured
learning activities, each presented step-by-step. All activities are
illustrated and presented in detail so it's easy for you to recreate
them at home or in the classroom.
Chassman's approach focuses on breaking down each task to its basic
components and then linking them together, one step at a time.
Covers dealing with aggression, record keeping, communication,
self-help, fine and gross motor skills and sensory toleration.
Covered spiral bound book, 116 pgs., 1999.
One-on-One DVD highlights teaching techniques as it follows Chassman
working with her son over time. Watch how she breaks skills into
small steps and how Brian develops skills and behaviors. DVD, 25
minutes, CC, 2000.
Book and DVD available separately or together in a money-saving set.