Autism Spectrum Disorders: Interventions and Treatments for Children and Youth / Edition 1

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Overview

In a clear, concise format, this resource provides the information families and school professionals need when selecting and applying effective treatment for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

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Editorial Reviews

Psyc CRITIQUES: Contemporary Psychology
"...the authors of the volume under review are to be commended for their efforts and for the resulting product. Simpson and colleagues have produced a resource that parents and professionals can consult with the confidence that the evaluations and judgments of the interventions are generally fair and reflect the scientific evidence available to date...the book fills an important need and can serve as a model and stimulus for similar work in the future. "— Donald P. Oswald
Gary Sasso
"Autism Spectrum Disorders presents the best validation criteria we currently have to offer children with ASD, and provides a blueprint for future work in this area. A long overdue wake-up call to the field, and one that is highly recommended. "
Juane Heflin
"This excellent compendium will prove invaluable for anyone who wants to identify and evaluate commonly used treatments and interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. "
Psyc CRITIQUES - Donald P. Oswald
"...the authors of the volume under review are to be commended for their efforts and for the resulting product. Simpson and colleagues have produced a resource that parents and professionals can consult with the confidence that the evaluations and judgments of the interventions are generally fair and reflect the scientific evidence available to date...the book fills an important need and can serve as a model and stimulus for similar work in the future. "
Gary Sasso
"Autism Spectrum Disorders presents the best validation criteria we currently have to offer children with ASD, and provides a blueprint for future work in this area. A long overdue wake-up call to the field, and one that is highly recommended."
Juane Heflin
"This excellent compendium will prove invaluable for anyone who wants to identify and evaluate commonly used treatments and interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorders."
Psyc CRITIQUES - Donald P. Oswald
"...the authors of the volume under review are to be commended for their efforts and for the resulting product. Simpson and colleagues have produced a resource that parents and professionals can consult with the confidence that the evaluations and judgments of the interventions are generally fair and reflect the scientific evidence available to date...the book fills an important need and can serve as a model and stimulus for similar work in the future."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412906036
  • Publisher: Corwin Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Series: 1-Off Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 940,187
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard L. Simpson is Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas. He has also served as director of special education programs at the University of Kansas Medical Center and chair of the Special Education Department at the University of Kansas. He has worked as a special education teacher, school psy-chologist, and clinical psychologist. He has also served as senior editor of the professional journal Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. The author of numerous books and articles on autism spectrum disorders, Dr. Simpson was the 2002 recipient of the International Council for Exceptional Children Research Award and the Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders Outstanding Professional Leadership Award.

Sonja R. de Boer-Ott is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (B.C.B.A.) and is currently completing her Ph.D. at the University of Kansas. She works as a consultant regarding interventions for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and is a project coordinator for an ASD training grant received from the Office of Special Education Programs. Previously, she worked in the area of early intervention—creating applied behavior analysis (ABA) programs for young children with ASD—and as an inclu-sion facilitator for children with ASD—creating inclusive education programs for students with ASD within school districts in California. She has also worked as Associate Professor for Chapman University.

Deborah E. Griswold is Project Coordinator in the Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas. Her interests and research are in autism spectrum disorders, emotional and behavior disorders, and disability and the link to delinquency and adult incarceration. She received her doctorate from the University of Kansas.

Brenda Smith Myles is Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas, where she codirects a graduate program in Asperger syndrome and autism. She has written numerous articles and books, including Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums, Rage, and Meltdowns and Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence: Practical Solutions for School Success, the winner of the Autism Society of America’s outstanding literary work in 2002. Dr. Myles is on the executive boards of several organizations, including the Organization for Autism Research and MAAP Services, Inc.

Jennifer B. Ganz is Assistant Professor of Special Education at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Ganz previously worked as a general and special education teacher and an educational consultant. Her research interests include strategies to improve social and communication skills in individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

Katherine Tapscott Cook is an assistant professor at Missouri Western State College in special education. She received her Ph D in special education with an amphasis in autism, Asperger syndrome and behavior disorders from the University of Kansas. Dr Cook's principle research interests in the area of autism spectrum disorders include sensory integration and social skills instruction. She is a co-author of Asperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues.

Kaye L. Otten is Program Director at the Autism Asperger Resource Center, a nonprofit organization in Kansas City. She completed her doc-torate in special education specializing in emotional, behavioral, and autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Otten has nine years of teaching experi-ence in public school districts and private agencies.

Josefa Ben-Arieh earned an undergraduate degree in English language and linguistics from Ben-Gurion University, Israel, in 1978. In 1998 she earned an MSEd from the University of Kansas in special education and a Ph D in 2003. Her area of expertise is autism and behavior disorders.

Sue Ann Kline is Executive Director for the Autism Asperger Resource Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She received her doc-torate in special education from the University of Kansas. For more than ten years, she taught students with learning disabilities and severe emo-tional and behavior disorders in both rural and suburban areas, and she has experience teaching at the college and university level. Dr. Kline has worked as a special education consultant across the State of Kansas. She has served as a consultant for many public and private schools and agencies in both Missouri and Kansas. In addition, she has authored and coauthored professional articles, manuscripts, interviews, and book chapters. Kline has conducted presentations at more than 75 professional state, regional, and national conferences, and conducted more than 200 in-service courses and workshops on various topics related to children and youth who have special needs.

Lisa Garriott Adams is Clinical Director of the Autism Asperger Resource Center in Kansas City. Dr. Adams received her doctorate in special educa-tion from the University of Kansas in 2003. Specialty/interest areas include increasing the play and socialization skills of children and youth with autism spectrum disorders and emotional behavioral disorders.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
About the Authors
1. Interpersonal Relationship Interventions and Treatments
Holding Therapy
Gentle Teaching
Option Method (Son-Rise Program)
Developmental, Individual-Difference Relationship-Based Model (Floor Time)
Play-Oriented Strategies
Pet/Animal Therapy
Rationship Development Intervention (RDI)
2. Skill-Based Interventions and Treatments
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
Incidental Teaching
Facilitated Communication
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Assistive Technology van Dijk Curricular Approach
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT)
Joint Action Routines (JARs)
Fast For Word®
Pivotal Response Training
Structured Teaching (TEACCH)
3. Cognitive Interventions
Cognitive Behavioral Modification
Cognitive Learning Strategies
Cognitive Scripts
Social Stories
Power Cards
Cartooning
Social Decision-Making Strategies
Learning Experiences: An Alternative Program for Preschoolers and
Parents (LEAP)
4. Physiological/Biological/Neurological Treatments and Interventions
Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome: Irlen Lenses
Sensory Integration
Auditory Integration Training
Mercury: Vaccination and Autism
Candida: Autism Connection
Gluten-Casein Intolerance
Megavitamin Therapy
Feingold Diet, Herb, Mineral and Other Supplements
Pharmacology
5. Other Treatments and Interventions
Art Therapy
Music Therapy
Index

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