Introduction: What is Personal Hygiene? 1. Looking Clean,
Smelling Clean. 2. Changing Bad Hair Days into Good Hair Days. 3.
Clean Teeth, Great Smiles. 4. Taming Dragon Breath. 5. Having a
hand People Want to Shake. 6. There's Hair Everywhere! 7. Putting
Your Best Foot Forward. 8. Face Up to Teenage Skin.
9. Good Bathroom Hygiene. Supplementary Material: Final Quiz, Activity Pages
1-10, See For Yourself Activities, Personal Stories, Personal Hygiene Worksheets and Checklist, Having a Plan.
Pictures, quizzes and information to help children understand the importance of personal hygiene
Pat Crissey has worked in the field of special education for over twenty years, as a teacher and autism consultant. She has a BSc degree in special and elementary education and completed the graduate work in special education. She lives with her husband, has three grown children and one young granddaughter. Noah Crissey is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist.
This small paperback book is really an excellent tool, not just
with people on the spectrum, but with school-aged children in
general. The points are clear, simple and comprehensive. The
illustrations are priceless. The suggestions for demonstrations of
hygiene topics are excellent. -- The MAAP
Personal Hygiene? What's that Got to Do with Me? can be used by educators, therapists and parents. This interactive curriculum involves the child and makes the concept of personal hygiene understandable and meaningful. The book teaches essential hygiene skills and creates habits and routines for a lifetime of good health. -- Autism Awareness Centre Inc.