Review of “Social Thinking at Work”

Michelle Garcia WinnerSocial Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care? is helpful to all adults in the workplace who wish they could blend in and have a better relationship with the others they meet or work with every day,” says Lorna d’Entremont of Special Needs Book Review. d’Entremont also recommends the book for employers and those in human resources departments, who can benefit from a better understanding of the needs of some of their employees.

In the book, authors Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke apply Winner’s “social thinking” concepts to adults in the workplace, drawing on their extensive clinical experiences working with high functioning adults who have social learning challenges. d’Entremont says the authors present this complex topic “very well, with step-by-step advice broken down in manageable increments in an organized manner.”

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