I Hate to Write

Most students with autism hate to write. Even simple writing assignments require skills in language, organization, sensory, and visual motor areas. I Hate to Write is a new book from autism consultants Kathy Oehler and Cheryl Boucher that helps teachers look at the writing process through the eyes of a student with autism. By focusing on the four aspects of writing that are most problematic for students with ASD - language, organization, sensory, and visual motor skills - teachers will learn new ways to help students with ASD become happy, successful writers.

Book Release Date

We are pleased to announce that I Hate to Write was released in February 2013 by Autism Asperger Publishing Company. Click Herefor more information.

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"I Hate To Write"

  • Autism Society of America Conference!! We met many awesome parents and professionals that attended the conference and our presentation!!!!
    Wanted to share the name of a very useful app for struggling writers. It is called SnapType for Ipad. It lets you take a pic of a worksheet for a student and then with touch, a text box opens up where ever an answer is expected on the page.The student can then type his responses! It is also free!!

  • At the 45th Annual Autism Society of AAPC Publishing

    45th Annual Autism Society of America Conference, July 23-26
    AAPC authors of "I HATE TO WRITE! Tips for Helping Students With Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders Increase Achievement, Meet Academic Standards, and Become Happy, Successful Writers," Kathy Oehler, MS, CCC-SLP & Cheryl L. Boucher, MS, OTR (L-R)
    The Annual Autism Society of America Conference brings together the knowledge and experiences of family members, professionals and individuals on the autism spectrum. Attendees gain practical strategies for supporting individuals who have been diagnosed with ASD. AAPC author Dr. Temple Grandin, one of Time Magazine’s top 100 influential people of 2010, was one of the speakers at the conference this year!

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