Review of “Social Thinking at Work”

Michelle Garcia WinnerSocial Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care? is “a game changer,” says reviewer Dennise Goldberg. The book, by Michelle Garcia Winner—who coined the term social thinking and developed the social thinking treatment approach for individuals with high-functioning autism—and Pamela Crooke, applies the concept of social thinking to adults in the workplace. It is the first book, Goldberg notes, “that correlates [social thinking concepts] to holding a job and being successful in a career.”

Goldberg, whose review appears on the Special Education Advisor blog, says Social Thinking at Work “provides practical advice to every adult whether you are on the Autism Spectrum, Neurotypical (NT), or somewhere in between on how to navigate the social intricacies involved with the workplace.”

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