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Book1001 Great Ideas for Teaching & Raising Children with Autism or Asperger'sMore than 600 fresh ideas join tried and true tactics from the original edition, while many ideas pick up where the first edition left off, offering modifications for older kids, honing in on Asperger's challenges, and enhancing already-effective ways to help your child or student achieve success at home, in school, and in the community.
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BookA "5" Could Make Me Lose Control!Consumable instructional supplies
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BookA 5 is against the lawA meaningful, yet humorous, and easy-to-use intervention that identifies and explains how to handle different levels of anxiety, frustration, and anger. This workbook is for people with Asperger Syndrome and high-functioning autism as well as those supporting them in understanding and successfully living with these strong and often confounding emotions.
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BookA Child's Guide to Concentrating: For kids with ADHDTraining children with ADHD to be aware of ways they can improve their concentration is key to successful student performance. Accommodating environments to meet student needs is critical as a support for the long term success and self-esteem of children with ADHD. 2 Copies
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BookA Guide to Successful Employment for Individuals with AutismThis book provides information on supports and methods that have been successful in helping persons with autism hold jobs. General guidelines on assessment, job development, and problem solving are provided as well as specific information on a number of vocational areas in which persons with autism have succeeded.
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BookA Parent's Guide to Asperger Syndrome & High Functioning AutismIf you are the parent of a child with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism - or are simply wondering whether your child's unusual interests, behavior and difficulty relating to others are cause for concern - this is the book for you. Featuring loads of everyday problem-solving ideas and examples, the book describes useful strategies to help your child learn to interact more comfortably with siblings and peers, understand the rules of appropriate behavior, and become an active participant in school and family life.
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BookA Picture's Worth - PECS and Other Visual Communication Strategies in AutismThis easy-to understand guide (with photos) presents in detail the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) - pictures used by a child to express his needs and desires without a prompt from another person. Real life case studies, along with a series of lessons, from beginner to more advanced PECS techniques.
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BookA Work in Progress - Behavior Management Strategies and a Curriculum for Intensive Behavioral Treatment of AutismA great collection of ideas and programs for building skills as well as strategies for dealing with challenging behavior. It is a comprehensive guide that is presented in user-friendly language. A valuable resource for parents and professionals working with children with autism.
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BookA Work in Progress - Behavior Management Strategies and a Curriculum for Intensive Behavioral Treatment of AutismA great collection of ideas and programs for building skills as well as strategies for dealing with challenging behavior. It is a comprehensive guide that is presented in user-friendly language. A valuable resource for parents and professionals working with children with autism.
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BookAccessing the Curriculum for Pupils with Autistic Spectrum DisordersThis book explains ways to open up the curriculum to pupils who have autistic spectrum disorders. The particular difficulties experienced by pupils are discussed in direct relation to specific areas of the curriculum, including; core and foundation subjects, PSHE, citizenship and broader aspects such as break times and assemblies.
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BookAchieving the Complete School - Strategies for Effective MainstreamingExamines principles and strategies for use in achieving the successful mainstreaming of students. In addition to examining special ed/regular ed issues, it also examines the basis aspects of organization and change that make mainstreaming work.
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BookActivity Schedules for Children with Autism, Teaching Independent BehaviorAn activity schedule is a set of pictures or words that cues a child to engage in a sequence of activities; e.g., doing puzzles, interacting with classmates, or prreparing food. With this book, parents and professionals learn how to prepare schedules, teach them using graduated guidance, monitor progress, introduce new elements such as choice and timed activities, and expand social skills.
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BookAddressing the Challenging Behavior of Children with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the ClassroomThis book provides possible explanations for some of the behaviors children with autism may exhibit, so that teachers and parents can design positive behavior support plans that are individualized and truly effective. Teachers learn how to create environmental supports for different kinds of behavior problems and to incorporate specific teaching strategies to address various target areas of development.
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BookAmazing GraceShort story about a little girl named Grace who pretends she can do and be anything she wants.
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BookAnswers to Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory IntegrationAn extensive and easy-to-use set of checklists and other tools that are invaluable to every teacher and parent who has children with sensory integration challenges.
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BookAntisocial Behavior in School: Strategies and Best PracticesThis book describes best practices for coping with antisocial behavior patterns among children and youth in school. Designed to enhance educators understanding of the nature, origins and causes of antisocial behavior, this book offers interventions and model programs that can be used in preventing or remediating this growing problem in the schools.
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MissingBookAsperger Sydrome - A Practical Guide for TeachersThis is a clear and concise and guide to effective classroom practice for teachers and support assistants working with children with Asperger Syndrome in mainstream schools and other non-specialist settings. Authors: Val Cumine, Julia Leach, Gill Stevenson.
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BookAsperger SyndromeText contains chapters on: Understanding the Meaning and Nature of Asperger Syndrome, Assessing Students with Asperger Syndrome, Teaching Academic Content to Students with Asperger Syndrome, Planning for Social and Behavioral Success, Planning for Life after School and Understanding Asperger Syndrome and its Impact on the Family
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MissingBookAsperger Syndrome & Your Child - A Parent's GuideAn informative, empathetic, and comprehensive guide to this elusive condition, answers the most common questions and offers an encouraging outlook for your child's future.
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BookAsperger Syndrome and Adolescence by Brenda Smith MylesAn overview of AS characteristics that make adolescence particularly challenging and difficult, while the centerpiece consists of a detailed discussion of strategies and supports necessary to ensure a successful middle and secondary school experience.
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MissingBookAsperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments by Brenda Smith MylersOffers practical solutions to the day-to-day challenges facing individuals with AS and their families with a major emphasis on tantrums and other behavioral outbursts.
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BookAsperger Syndrome and Sensory Issues, Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the WorldCovers the impact of the sensory system on behavior, reviews formal and informal assessment tools.
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MissingBookAsperger Syndrome and the Elementary School Experience by Susan Thompson Moore
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BookAsperger Syndrome in the Family by Liane WilleyTrue story written by a woman who has Aspergers as well as one of her daughters. Gives insight into what AS adult life might be like for our children, and how to prepare them for independence and intimacy.
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BookAsperger Syndrome, the Universe and EverythingKenneth Hall was diagnosed with AS at the age of eight. Although he is bright (a member of MENSA) and articulate, his behavior could be challenging and easily misread, resulting in difficult early school years. Kenneth is in the unique position to describe some of the inner experiences and perceptions of autism in childhood.
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BookAsperger's Syndrome, A Guide for Parents and ProfessionalsTony Attwood has created a guide to assist parents and professionals with the identification and treatment of Asperger's syndrome. Providing a description and analysis of the unusual characteristics of this syndrome, with strategies to reduce those that are most conspicuous or debilitating.
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MissingBookAsperger's…What Does It Mean to Me? A workbook explaining self awareness and life essons to the child or youth with High Functioning Autism or AspergersA workbook explaining self-awareness and life lessons to the child or youth with High Functioning Autism or Asperger Syndrome. Parents aks if there is anything their child can read to help him or her understand their diagnosis. This new book is an indepth aid to help your child or student learn about autism and to help you talk together about autism's profound effects, and can be a starting place for self-discovery, growth and positive action.
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BookAutism & PlayHandbook describes different play sequences which encourage the integration of social, emotional and cognitive development in children with autism. The easy-to-follow play strategies focus on the 4 key skills of visualizing, imitation, mirroring and turn-taking.
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BookAutism and Sensing, The Unlost Instinct by Donna WilliamsThe autistic author (Donna Williams) explains how the senses of a person with autism work going into far more depth than her previous books.
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MissingBookAutism Now What? The Primer for ParentsConcise, down-to-earth guidebook that helps parents make sense of autism. It answers many commonly asked questions, while gently guiding parents through the myriad of medical and educational options, social services, therapies, etc.
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BookAutism through the LifespanDescribes in detail all of the practical activities involved in serving individuals with autism from infancy through adulthood; the operation of the Eden Family of Services; the overarching mission and values and the evolving conception of psychosocial development that guide the change process. It inspires the reader that a comprehensive network of services can be created, elaborated across the lifespan, and sustained over the years. It instructs the reader in precisely how these supports can be provided, from Eden's effective use of behaviorally based treatment through its organizational operation and its collaboration with families.
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BookAutism: Now What?Provides basic information parents need to start advocating for their children quickly and with confidence.
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BookBeen There. Done That. Try This!Aspie mentor advice on overcoming daily stressors. Includes recommendations and commentary from Dr. Tony Attwood.
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BookBehavior Intervention ManualGoals, objectives, and intervention strategies
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BookBehavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism, A Manual for Parents and ProfessionalsA growing body of research shows that many young children with autism/PDD can derive significant, lasting, and sometimes dramatic benefits from early intervention based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
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BookBehavioral Support - Teachers' Guide to Inclusive PracticesStudents' behavior is a key issue in every classroom. In this easy-to-read manaul, general and special education teachers, counselors, related services staff, and family members will gain insight into students' behaviors and discover fresh, proactive ideas on how to help them develop appropriate behavioral skills through forming more positive relationships, communicating more effectively with peers, and taking a more active role in school and community.
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BookBipolar Child, The author: PapaloBipolar Disorder - manic depression - was once thought to be rare in children. Oftentimes misdiagnosed as ADHD, ODD, or OCD, among others. It can co-occur in children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and is marked by extreme rages which when treated with stimulants or antidepressants - actually worsen the bipolar condition.Two Copies
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MissingBookBoardmaker Software Family User's GuideBoardmaker User's Guide; Software for SLP's.
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BookBrothers & Sisters - A Special Part of Exceptional FamiliesSiblings experience a bond unique to their relationship. A brother & sister is usually the first close friend and playmate a child has, and that relationship often outlasts all others. This book explores this affinity from the perspective of siblings with a brother & sister who has a disability.
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BookBrothers, Sisters, and Special NeedsOffers reliable research mingled with the perceptive wisdom of siblings of all ages to encourage a better understanding of the dynamics of family relationships.
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MissingBookBuilding Social Bridges through Effective Communication - Pragmatic Language Skills and Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
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BookBully Proofing Your Child - First Aid for Hurt FeelingsShows your child how and when to: ask for help, stand up to bullies, use humor to diffuse the situation, walk away, make ligh of put-downs, and use other life-long skills. Using the tools in this book, you can reduce the chances your child will be a target and circument the bully/victim dynamic.
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BookCalendars for Students with Mulitple Impairments Including DeafblindnessPurpose of the calendar guide: Communicate the benefits of calendar systems, provide information which allows students to have calendar programming based on their current needs and skills, provide information on the continuum of calendars so that staff and families are able to make decisions regarding expanding students' skills.
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MissingBookChallenges for a Service System in TransitionExamines state-of-the art community living research and policy to promote full community inclusion of individuals with developmentally disabilities. This practical resource provides a beter understanding of the challenges of designing and maintaining a responsive service system. Offers detailed coverage on promoting community inclusion & social relationships; enhancing independence and autonomy; assuring quality of services and supports; recruiting, training, and retaining services personnel; and financing and budgeting residential and related services.
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BookChallenging behavior and autism - Making sense - making progressA guide to preventing and managing challenging behavior for parents and teachers. Written in plain English, it offers practical strategies for preventing or managing the sorts of challenging behavior most likely to be encountered. With detailed case studies and key tips that allow it to be used as a quick reference, it also offers a step by step framework that enables readers to devise their own solutions.
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BookChester's WayShort story about friendship. Nobody could tell Chester and Wilson what to do… until Lilly moved into the neighborhood.
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BookChildren with Autism - A Parents' GuideThis book is a trusted, respected source of information on autism and other conditions within the spectrum of PDD. This second edition now includes the latest diagnostic information, extensive coverage of Applied Behavior Analysis as an intervention, an elightening discussion of the social dynamics of family and marriage, advocacy via the Internet, and the impact of the 1997 reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Chapters cover: diagnosis, daily life, family life, education, advocacy, adjustment medical problems & treatments, development, legal rights, and adults with autism.
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BookClassroom Management for Secondary TeachersProvides secondary educators with the information and skills they need to establish management systems in today's richly multicultural classroom, and is based on the authors' 25 years of extensive research conducted in more than 500 classrooms. It addresses the planning decisions teachers must make, including arranging the physical space, establishing rules and procedures, planning and conducting instruction, encouraging appropriate behavior, addressing problem behavior, and using good communication skills with care to the increasingly ethnically diverse classroom profile.
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MissingBookCOACH - Choosing Outcomes & Accommodations for ChildrenThis assessment assists team members especially parents in assessing skills and prioritizing goals for instruction.
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MissingBookCOACH - Choosing Outcomes & Accommodations for ChildrenThis assessment assists team members especially parents in assessing skills and prioritizing goals for instruction.
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BookCollaborative TeamingThis easy-to-use guide helps teachers form and maintain effective collaborative teams that stimulate students' academic progress and promote postive social behavior. Educators will learn how to select team members, define the team's purpose and focus, schedule and preserve time for teaming, and facilitate smooth communication during team meetings. Filled with vignettes that show the ideas and strategies in action, this guidebook will increase teacher motivation for collaborative teaming, bring about better decisions and outcomes,and facilitate the active involvement and learning of all students.
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BookCollaborative Teams for Students with Severe Disabilities - Integrating Therapy and Educational ServicesDescribes step by step how parents and professionals can interact withone anoterh to create exciting learning opportunities for students. Replete with sample documents and suggested intervention methods, this guidebook discusses the stages of transition, detailing how to choose team members, define responsibilities, and implement team strategies.
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BookComic Strip Conversations by Carol GrayThis booklet explains the Comic Strip conversations method used to help students with autism and related disorders comprehend the exchange of information in a conversation by using simple, colorful illustrations.
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BookCommunication UnboundConcerns a means of communication called "facilitated communication." In addition to an appendix of "how-to" information on the controversial method, the author has also written about the topic of facilitated communication not only as a technique but also as a way of thinking about people. As stated this technique is controversial and not supported by research.
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BookCommunity Recreation and Persons with DisabilitiesThis practical, "how to" guide takes an informative look at the integration process and offers guidelines for simplifying the creation and implmentation of successful integrated leisure programs for persons with disabilities.
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BookControversial Therapies for Developmental DisabilitiesFad, dubious,controversial, pseudoscientific, and politically correct treatments in developmental disabilities services
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BookCore Communication: Maps Skills and ProcessesMaps Skills and Processes
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BookCory Stories - A Kid's Book About Living with ADHDCory has lots of stories to tell, and lots of ways to get organized, pay attention, calm down, rermember things, make friends, and feel good about himself and life with ADHD.
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BookCreating Schools for All Our StudentsThis book provides information on education reform, uniting special education, support programs, and general education.
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BookCrossing Bridges: A Parent's Perspective on Coping After Child is Diagnosed w/Autism/PDDWritten by parents who have children diagnosed with autism/PDD and related disorders. This booklet will provide a fundamental understanding of the disorder, and advise how to access further information and support. The authors' intention is to educate the reader as to what they know to be currently available to children with autism/PDD.
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BookCurriculum and Assessment for Students with moderate and Severe DisabilitiesComplete guide to designing and implementing personalized curricular for students with moderate and severe disabilities. The author delineates a comprehensive assessment model that provides a framework for pinpointing educational priorities, planning instruction in specific areas, and evaluating student progress. Includes more than 15 reproducible forms.
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BookDeveloping A Quality CurriculumGuide to both understanding and practicing sound curriculum development. With it's comprehensive step-by-step approach, Developing a Quality Curriculum, is an indispensable resource for school systems struggling to balance the recommendations of state frameworks, classroom teachers, and other expert sources without losing sight of the real objective: improving student learning.
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BookDeveloping Talents - Careers for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning AutismThis book will be very useful to individuals with Asperger Syndrome of high-functioning autism, and especially valuable to parents and others who aspire to be helpers. Written with clarity and directness, Temple Grandin's illustrations from her own youthful experiences are convincing and will inspire hope and impart practical guidance.
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BookDiscoveries About Asperger SyndromeThis is a summary of the AuSM discovery presentation on Aspergers Syndrome. It includes handouts and resources.
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BookDisrupting PovertyAuthors Kathleen Budge or Willam Parrett. Features five classroom practices that permeate the culture of successful high-poverty schools.
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BookDon't Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for TeensDialectical behavior therapy skills for helping you manage mood swings, control angry outbursts, and get along with others.
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MissingBookEarly Childhood Birth-3 Screening KitThis screening kits contains: Early Screening Kit notebook Early Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders Play Observation Recording Forms (please do not take the last of these forms - copies can be made) Mr. Potato Head, pink baton, Book-"Summer" by Ann Blades, Doll (striped top and cap and blue corduroy pants), black and white cow (stuffed animal), colored blocks (19 blocks with assorted colors) in plastic bag, portable telephone (tech-link), tonka truck (small aqua with yellow cap), bottle of Mr. Bubbles, 3 block shapes - red triangle, blue rectangle, wood rectangle, plastic yellow and purple microphone, the Big Slam Dunk yellow and blue nerf ball, pink teddy bear baby bottle, pink light chaser, Book - "Baby Dolphin." Buzz Lightyear, yellow power ranger toy, small fireman, sparkle wand, black shoelace, book - "Spring."
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MissingBookEarly Childhood Birth-3 Screening KitEarly Screening Kit notebook, Early Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders Play Observation Recording Forms (please do not take the last of these forms - copies can be made); baby doll in purple outfit and cap and baby bottle (in plastic case) includes wet tissue, pacifier, plastic teddy bear, sippy cup, plastic apple juice, pink plastic elephant, purple bottle; 12 assorted colored wood blocks in plastic bag; Echo microphone; Puff orange and blue ball, gold police van, plastic black and white dog, purple cell phone, purple bubble toy that twirls when button is pushed; book - "Big Red Barn"; dump truck; white shoelace; 2 bubble bottles; green squeezy toy that lights up.
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MissingBookEarly Childhood Special Education Assessment Instruments - A Selected Review for Use in MN
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BookEarly Communication Skills for Children with Down SyndromeAn excellent comprehensive guide for parents and educators in dveloping communication skills for their children with Down Syndrome. The guide contains clear explanations of complex terminology, bases teaching principles on sound research, provides practical, concrete ideas for working on communication throughout the day and includes invaluable resources to address all communication needs of the child.
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BookEarly Start Denver Model for Young Children with Autism - Promoting Language, Learning and EngagementThis state-of-the-art manual presents the Early Start Denver Model, the first comprehensive, empirically tested intervention specifically designed for toddlers and preschools with autism. Supported by the principles of developmental psychology and applied behavior analysis, ESDM's intensive teaching interventions are delivered within play-based, relationship-focused routines. The manual provides structured, hands-on strategies for working with very young children in individual and group settings to promote development in such key domains as imitation; communication; social, cognitive and motor skills; adaptive behavior; and play.
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BookEarly Start Denver Model for Young Children with Autism - Promoting Language, Learning and EngagementThis state-of-the-art manual presents the Early Start Denver Model, the first comprehensive, empirically tested intervention specifically designed for toddlers and preschools with autism. Supported by the principles of developmental psychology and applied behavior analysis, ESDM's intensive teaching interventions are delivered within play-based, relationship-focused routines. The manual provides structured, hands-on strategies for working with very young children in individual and group settings to promote development in such key domains as imitation; communication; social, cognitive and motor skills; adaptive behavior; and play.
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BookEdit Yourself: A Manual for Everyone Who Works with WordsIn the first part of this useful book, the author shows how to solve common problems of writing. The reader will learn how to recognize common problems of writing. The reader will learn how to recognize words and phrases that should be cut; how to shorten cumbersome sentences; how to arrange the elements of pairs, series, and compound subjects and predicates; how to recognize and rectify mismanaged participles; and how to be on the lookout for the better word.
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BookEducating Children and Youth with AutismThis book (comprehensive best-practices text) fills the growing demand for information regarding the treatment of autism. Teachers and practitioners will find current and effective methods and strategies in this book, presented in a format that is at once easy to understand and objective.
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BookEducating Children with AutismThis book outlines an interdisciplinary approach to education for children with autism. Recommendations are offered for choosing educational content andstraegies, iroducing interaction with other children, and other key topics.
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BookEffective Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate or Severe DisabilitiesWith this practical, concise guidebook, teachers will help students with disabilities meet No Child Left Behind's academic standards for literacy. Appropriate for use in all settings, including inclusive classrooms, this book is the lifeline every K-12 teacher needs to: addressreading first, implement provent strategies, plan better lessons that get results, teach students with a wide range of disabilities, and understand the latest research. This book will help educators raise expectations for all students and teach those with disabilities the crucial written communication skills they'll use for the rest of their lives.
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MissingBookElementary Test of Problem Solving TOPS Revised - Picture Stimuli Book
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BookElephant and CrocodileShort story about two feuding neighbors (Elephant and Crocodile) who learn how to live in harmony.
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BookEmergence Labeled AutisticTrue story, written by an autistic woman, about her life as an extremely handicapped child, of how she went from a fear-gripped, autistic childhood to become a successful professional, a world leader in her field.
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BookEmployment and Career Planning - Informal Assessments for TransitionThis book provides 60 informal instruments that are organized into 4 sections: Interests and Preferences; Abilities and Skills; Career Exploration; and Job Search and Securing. It is our desire that these informal assessments assist you in your efforts.
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BookEssentials of Cross-Battery AssessmentThe Cross-Battery assessment approach—also referred to asthe XBA approach—is a time-efficient assessment methodgrounded solidly in contemporary theory and research. The XBAapproach systematically integrates data across cognitive,achievement, and neuropsychological batteries, enablingpractitioners to expand their traditional assessments to morecomprehensively address referral concerns. This approach alsoincludes guidelines for identification of specific learningdisabilities and assessment of cognitive strengths and weaknessesin individuals from culturally and linguistically diversebackgrounds.
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BookEssentials of Evidence-Based Academic InterventionsEssentials of Evidence-Based Academic Interventions puts at your fingertips the successful instructional techniques and materials necessary for accurate and effective use of evidence-based interventions. Written by Barbara Wendling and Nancy Mather, two experts in educational assessment and intervention, this intervention-oriented reference presents clear descriptions of research-based interventions in the areas of: phonological awareness and beginning reading phonics; phonics and sight word instruction; reading fluency; vocabulary and reading comprehension; spelling, handwriting, and written expression; basic math skills; and math problem-solving.
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BookEssentails of Processing AssessmentNow in its Second Edition, Essentials of Processing Assessment provides critical information about this important aspect of cognitive functioning. This practical resource provides students and practitioners with the tools they need to accurately and efficiently assess an individual's ability to process information. As part of the Essentials of Psychological Assessment series, this book provides information mental health professionals need to practice knowledgeably, efficiently, and ethically in today's behavioral healthcare environment.
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BookEssentails of Response to InterventionAs adoption of the RTI model grows, professionals such as educational diagnosticians, school psychologists, general and special education teachers, and school administrators are eager to find resources that describe the theory behind it and provide useful guidelines for its effective implementation. Packaged in the user-friendly Essentials series format, and authored by two RTI experts, Essentials of Response to Intervention provides just that resource. This book offers a concise overview of the features of RTI, instruction for its implementation, and post-implementation guidelines for assessing whether a program has been effective.
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BookEthics for Behavior Analysts - A Practical Guide to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Guidelines for Responsible ConductThe only book available that teaches the information in the Behavior Analyst Certiicaton Board's Guidelines for Responsible Conduct. Understanding these guidelines is critical for any behavior analyst who wishes to pass the test for Board certification.
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MissingBookEverybody is DifferentAs well as explaining the characteristics of autism, this new book is full of suggestions for making family life more comfortable for everyone concerned. Written in a question/answer format. Why does my brother or sister make strange noises? Repeat things I say? Ask the same question over and over again?
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BookEvidence-Based Reading Practices for Response to InterventionThe first and only indepth research synthesis on the Three-Tier Approach, this book lays the groundwork for implementation of scientifically validated reading programs that reduce overidentification of students in special education and provide the best and earliest help to students who struggle.
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BookExceptional ChildrenCouncil for Exceptional Children
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BookExploring Feelings - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage ANGERDesigned to be highly structured, interesting and successful in encouraging the cognitive control of emotions. Every child will have activities & information to explore the specific feelings of being happy, relaxed, anxious or angry. There are sections for the students to record individual comments and responses to questions.
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BookExploring Feelings - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage ANGERDesigned to be highly structured, interesting and successful in encouraging the cognitive control of emotions. Every child will have activities & information to explore the specific feelings of being happy, relaxed, anxious or angry. There are sections for the students to record individual comments and responses to questions.
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BookExploring Feelings - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage ANXIETYDesigned as a treatment for an anxiety disorder or anger management problems in children with Asperger's syndrome but the program can be equally applied to children with High Functioning Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified (PDDNOS).
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BookExploring Feelings - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage ANXIETYDesigned as a treatment for an anxiety disorder or anger management problems in children with Asperger's syndrome but the program can be equally applied to children with High Functioning Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified (PDDNOS).
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BookFeeling Left OutShort story for young children about feeling left out when they first start school. Story treatment is light, and there are full-color illustrations on every page that are humorous and attractive.
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BookFLIPP the SwitchStrengthen executive function skills; Flexibility, Leveled Emotionality, Impulse Control, Planning, Problem Solving
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bookFreaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome - A User Guide to AdolescenceBook written by a 13 year old child with Asperger Syndrome. Luke's book gives guidance on bullying, friendships, when and how to tell others about AS, problems at school, dating and relationships, and morality.
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BookFreedom from MeltdownsDr. Thompson's Solutions for Children with Autism - Daily meltdowns and tantrums are one of the biggest challenges of life with autism and related disorders. Now there's a book with the expert advice professionals and parents need to understand meltdowns, stop them before they start, and improve quality of life for entire families. This book is filled with simple tips and strategies, anecdotes form the author's personal experience, and case studies that illustrate how to deal with familiar behavior issues, this problem-solving guide puts freedom from meltdowns within reach for children and the families who care for them.
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BookFreedom from MeltdownsDr. Thompson's Solutions for Children with Autism - Daily meltdowns and tantrums are one of the biggest challenges of life with autism and related disorders. Now there's a book with the expert advice professionals and parents need to understand meltdowns, stop them before they start, and improve quality of life for entire families. This book is filled with simple tips and strategies, anecdotes form the author's personal experience, and case studies that illustrate how to deal with familiar behavior issues, this problem-solving guide puts freedom from meltdowns within reach for children and the families who care for them.
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BookFreedom from MeltdownsDr. Thompson's Solutions for Children with Autism - Daily meltdowns and tantrums are one of the biggest challenges of life with autism and related disorders. Now there's a book with the expert advice professionals and parents need to understand meltdowns, stop them before they start, and improve quality of life for entire families. This book is filled with simple tips and strategies, anecdotes form the author's personal experience, and case studies that illustrate how to deal with familiar behavior issues, this problem-solving guide puts freedom from meltdowns within reach for children and the families who care for them.
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BookFreedom from MeltdownsDr. Thompson's Solutions for Children with Autism - Daily meltdowns and tantrums are one of the biggest challenges of life with autism and related disorders. Now there's a book with the expert advice professionals and parents need to understand meltdowns, stop them before they start, and improve quality of life for entire families. This book is filled with simple tips and strategies, anecdotes form the author's personal experience, and case studies that illustrate how to deal with familiar behavior issues, this problem-solving guide puts freedom from meltdowns within reach for children and the families who care for them.
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