Teaching Children With Autism / Edition 1

Teaching Children With Autism / Edition 1

by Robert L. Koegel
     
 

ISBN-10: 1557661804

ISBN-13: 9781557661807

Pub. Date: 01/01/1995

Publisher: Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company

This practical sourcebook equips both parents and professionals with much-needed information regarding autism. Providing a comprehensive approach to behavioral intervention, this user-friendly guide begins with an overview of characteristics and long-term strategies and proceeds through discussions that detail specific techniques for normalizing environments,

Overview

This practical sourcebook equips both parents and professionals with much-needed information regarding autism. Providing a comprehensive approach to behavioral intervention, this user-friendly guide begins with an overview of characteristics and long-term strategies and proceeds through discussions that detail specific techniques for normalizing environments, reducing disruptive behavior, improving language and social skills, and enhancing generalization. Teachers, professionals, and parents working with individuals with autism, as well as professors and students in education and psychology, will turn to this resource for information, guidance, and support.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557661807
Publisher:
Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company
Publication date:
01/01/1995
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents


  1. Emerging Interventions for Children with Autism: Longitudinal and Lifestyle Implications
    Robert L. Koegel, Lynn Kern Koegel, William D. Frea, and Annette E. Smith
  2. Communication and Language Intervention
    Lynn Kern Koegel
  3. Overselective Responding: Description, Implications, and Intervention
    Jennifer Rosenblatt, Patricia Bloom, and Robert L. Koegel
  4. Spontaneous Language Use
    Don Hawkins
  5. Social-Communicative Skills in Higher-Functioning Children with Autism
    William D. Frea
  6. "Teach the Individual" Model of Generalization: Autonomy Through Self-Management
    Robert L. Koegel, Lynn Kern Koegel, and Deborah Rumore Parks
  7. Parent Education and Parenting Stress
    Douglas Moes
  8. Social Support for Families
    Ann Leslie Albanese, Stephanie K. San Miguel, and Robert L. Koegel
  9. Friendships Between Children with and without Developmental Disabilities
    Christine M. Hurley-Geffner
  10. Integrated School Placements for Children with Disabilities
    Diane Hammon Kellegrew
  11. Parent–Professional Collaboration and the Efficacy of the IEP Process
    Michelle Wood
  12. A Parent–Professional Consultation Model for Functional Analysis
    Kimberly B. Mullen and William D. Frea

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