Product Number : 100161605
By Stephanie B. Lockshin, Ph.D., BCBA, Jennifer M. Gillis, MA, BCABA, and Raymond G. Romanczyk, Ph.D., BCBA
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are characterized by severe developmental impairments, including lowered social function and communication skills. Having a child with an ASD greatly stresses the emotional, financial, and social resources of the family. With this workbook, parents learn the latest and most effective ASD management techniques for their children, including the use of the family enhancement treatment model designed by the authorsa program that provides step-by-step guidelines for fostering children's abilities and enhancing the health of the whole family.
The book encourages parents to seek a balance between child-centered and family-centered goals. Parents learn how to assess their children's needs and create a personalized intervention plan compatible with the family's resources, goals, and priorities. Worksheets guide parents through the assessment and decision making process.
The family enhancement plan shows how specific family needs can suggest specific child-centered target behaviors. When accomplished, these behavior goalslike the accomplishment of certain chores or the ability to go with the family on an outing or errandswill benefit both child and family.
240 pages, softcover, 8.5 x 11 inches
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