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Lucky Dogs, Lost Hats, and Dating Don'ts: Hi-Lo Stories about Real Life

by Tom, Ph.D. Fish & Jillian, M.A. Ober

Entertaining hi-lo stories for middle schoolers to young adults with intellec-tual disabilities or other learning challenges. Features true-to-life characters living life independently.


Stop That Seemlingly Senseless Behavior!: FBA-based Interventions for People with Autism

by Beth A, Ph.D., BCBA-D Glasberg

Address challenging behavior in people with autism by first finding what purpose the behavior serves and then using this book to create an effective behavioral intervention plan.


Seeing is Believing: Video Self-Modeling for People wih Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

by Tom, Ph.D. Buggey

Learn how to shoot and edit video footage to show children demonstrating desired behaviors. Video self-modeling can help children with autism and other developmental disabilities build and improve skills.


A Picture's Worth: PECS and Other Visual Communication Strategies in Autism

by Andy, Ph.D. Bondy & Lori Frost

Provides an overview of augmentative and alternative communication strategies, with a focus on the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Includes a complete set of introductory PECS lessons!


Jumpstarting Communication Skills in Children with Autism: A Parents' Guide to Applied Verbal Behavior

by Mary Jane, Ph.D., BCBA-D Weiss

Autism experts explain the Applied Verbal Behavior approach and how it can help young children with or without speech understand verbal and nonverbal communication, and improve their expressive abilities.


Autism 24/7: A Family Guide to Learning at Home and in the Community

by Andy, Ph.D. Bondy

Keep family life running smoothly and teach a child with autism to participate in activities at home and in the neighborhood.


Activity Schedules, 2rd Ed.: Teaching Independent Behavior, Second Edition

by Lynn E., Ph.D. McClannahan

This popular guide to increasing independence for people with autism is now in a second edition. Use activity schedules with children and adults to organize their daily routines and improve functioning.


Teaching Conversation to Children with Autism: Scripts and Script Fading

by Lynn E., Ph.D. McClannahan

For parents and professionals, this book describes a proven method to help children with autism initiate and sustain conversation through the use of written and audiotaped scripts.


Late, Lost, and Unprepared: A Parents' Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning

by Joyce, Ph.D. Cooper-Kahn & Laurie, Ph.D. Dietzel

Help toddlers through teens who struggle with executive function weaknesses manage daily demands and build independent skills for the long-term.


Quarterly Essay 35 Radical Hope: Education & Equality in Australia

by Noel Pearson

In Radical Hope, one of Australia's most original and provocative thinkers turns his attention to the question of education. Noel Pearson begins with two fundamental questions: How to ensure the survival of...


Autism in the Early Years: A Practical Guide

by Val Cumine, Julia Dunlop & Gill Stevenson

Anyone meeting a young child with autism for the first time will find this fully revised edition of a classic text invaluable. The authors provide parents and professionals with an insight into the nature and...


Including the Gifted and Talented: Making Inclusion Work for More Able Learners

by Chris Smith

This single volume presents the views of experts from the field which challenge the assumption that educational inclusion relates only to those pupils with learning difficulties. In this book, the authors examine...


Story Drama in the Special Needs Classroom: Step-by-Step Lesson Plans for Teaching through Dramatic Play

by Jessica Perich Carleton

Dramatic play can be applied to a diverse range of school subjects and recreational settings and is guaranteed to enhance students' learning and encourage artistic expression. Lesson plans take teachers through...


The Least Restrictive Environment: Its Origins and Interpretations in Special Education

by Jean B. Crockett & James M. Kauffman

The Least Restrictive Environment: Its Origins and Interpretations in Special Education examines issues of ethical leadership and clarifies instructional placement decisions that provide a full educational opportunity...


Supporting the Child of Exceptional Ability at Home and School, Third Edition

by Susan Leyden

Drawing on theories of child development and on research in the processes of learning, this book examines the challenges that children, parents and teachers may face at various stages of a child's development....


Implementing the Code of Practice for Children with Special Educational Needs, Second Edition: A Practical Guide

by Ahmad F. Ramjhun

This new edition has been revised to bring teachers and other education practitioners up to date with the revisions to the Code of Practice due to come into force in January 2002. The author was a member of...


Add in the Workplace: Choices, Changes, and Challenges

by Kathleen Nadeau

It's one thing to deal with attention deficit disorder in the doctor's office, or at home-but quite another "out there," in the workplace. This unique guide focuses on adults living with ADD, and illustrates...


Children With Handicaps: A Review of Behavioral Research

by Gershon Berkson

First Published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


A Comprehensive Guide To Attention Deficit Disorder In Adults: Research, Diagnosis and Treatment

by Kathleen G. Nadeau

This groundbreaking volume, written by pioneering clinicians and researchers firmly convinced of the neurobiological underpinnings of ADD in adults, is the first to provide broad coverage of this burgeoning...


Constructing (in)competence: Disabling Evaluations in Clinical and Social interaction

by Madeline Maxwell, Judith F. Duchan & Dana Kovarsky

How do we define speech and language problems in different contexts? This book offers a much-needed analysis of the ways in which the social & cultural backgrounds & assumptions of assessors & assessees interact...