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Publications by Dr. Bolick

Bolick, T. (2013). Building the working partnership: It’s never too early. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 31-33.

Bolick, T. (2013). Taking the anxiety out of ADLs: A family-centered approach. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 26-29.

Bolick, T. (2012). Thinking of others: Tips for building social capital over the holidays. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Winter, 23-25.

Bolick, T. (2012). Organization 101: Getting mind, body, and stuff ready for middle and high school. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Fall, 24-27.

Bolick, T. (2012). The accidental bully: What parents and professionals can do. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 30-35.

Bolick, T. (2012). The accidental bully: Threats, insults, and limited Theory of Mind. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 30-33.

Bolick, T. (2011). Avoiding compassion fatigue: Tips for strengthening your own “House.” Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Winter, 35-37.

Bolick, T. (2011). Getting ready for the first day they DON’T go to school! Teaching the “hidden curriculum” of post-secondary life. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Fall, 31-34.

Bolick, T. (2011). “Street smarts:” Teaching “tweens” and teens about social risk. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 28-32.

Bolick, T. (2011). 2 txt or not 2 txt? Guiding young people with ASDs through the maze of social media. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 24-27.

Bolick, T. (2010). Home for the holidays: Maintaining adaptive behavior at a topsy-turvy time of year. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Winter, 34-37.

Bolick, T. (2010). Ten tips to help individuals with ASDs follow rules. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 35-38.

Bolick, T. (2010). What does love have to do with it? Thoughts in honor of St. Valentine and Tina Turner. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 31-34.

Bolick, T. (2009). Life in the social fast lane: Reading and heeding minds. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, 44-47.

Bolick, T. (2009). Life in the social fast lane: Building social capital. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Fall, 47-49.

Bolick, T. (2009). Seeing the forest and the trees: Teaching concepts, principles, and higher-order thinking. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 24-27

Bolick, T. (2009). Showing what you know. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 26-29.

Bolick, T. (2008). Communication 201: Thoughts for parents, educators, and other front line adults. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Winter, 38-42.

Bolick, T. (2008). Communication 101: A short course for grandparents and other very special grownups. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Fall, 42-45.

Bolick, T. (2008). “It takes a community.” Social capital, autism spectrum disorders, and the real world. Topics in Language Development, 28, 375-387.

Bolick, T. (2008). Life construction ahead. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Spring, 26-28.

Bolick, T. (2008). Real world strategies for managing sensory and regulatory challenges. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Summer, 26-29.

Bolick, T. (2007). “The Rules of Relationship Road:” Friendship, Romance, and ASD. Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Winter.

Bolick, T. (2007). The “Launch”: Negotiating the transition from high school to the great beyond. In T. Attwood, T. Grandin, et al. Asperger’s and Girls. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.

Bolick, T. (2006). Adolescents with autism and Asperger’s syndrome: Preparing for the essential tasks of the real world. In K.L. Simmons (Creator and compiler), The official autism 101 manual. Alberta, Canada: Autism Today. (also available online at www.autismtoday.com)

Bolick, T. (2005). Cognitive assessment of preschool and elementary school students. In L. Baker & L. Welkowitz (Eds.), Asperger’s Syndrome: Intervening in schools, clinics, and communities. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bolick, T. (2005). Giftedness, Asperger Syndrome, and the “Real World.” 2e Newsletter, June 2005.

Bolick, T. (2005). Supporting elementary school students. In L. Baker & L. Welkowitz, (Eds.), Asperger’s Syndrome: Intervening in schools, clinics, and communities. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bolick, T. (2004). Asperger Syndrome and young children: Building skills for the real world. Gloucester, MA: Fair Winds Press.

Bolick, T. (2003). Play as a strategy for interaction and coping. Autism Asperger’s Digest Magazine. July/August, 12-14.

Bolick, T. (2001). Asperger Syndrome and adolescence: Helping preteens and teens get ready for the real world. Gloucester, MA: Fair Winds Press.

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