Making a Difference: Behavioral Intervention for Autism
Catherine Maurice, Gina Green, Richard M. Foxx
Pro-Ed, Jan 1, 2001 - Education - 221 pages
Making a Difference: Behavioral Intervention for Autism provides practitioners, researchers, and parents with information needed to make decisions about the individuals in their care with autism. Described in the work are the challenges parents face in obtaining effective treatment for their children and how they navigated those challenges. Also included are chapters written by professionals on finding creative and caring means of helping people with autism and their families. Making a Difference combines solid, data-based information with practical problem-solving strategies and is a valuable resource for all who strive to maximize the achievements of individuals with autism.
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The Search for Effective Autism Treatment Options or Insanity? 77
Prompts and PromptFading Strategies for People with Autism
Help My Son Eats Only Macaroni and Cheese Dealing with Feeding Problems
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