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eBook Understanding the Nature of Autism: A Guide to the Autism Spectrum Disorders–third Edition ePub

by Janice E Janzen M.S.,Lindee Morgan,Amy Wetherby,Catherine B Zenko

  • ISBN: 1602510253
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Janice E Janzen M.S.,Lindee Morgan,Amy Wetherby,Catherine B Zenko
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pro Ed; 3 edition (April 15, 2012)
  • Pages: 416
  • ePub book: 1314 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1521 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr rtf doc
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 197

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Working with high school students with ASD can be very challenging but even more rewarding - I absolutely love what I do.

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It incorporates strategies from recognized models such as SCERTS, Structured Teaching, and Applied Behavioral Analysis that match the specific needs of each individual.

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Autism Handbook for Parents: Facts and Strategies for Parenting Success.

3rd ed. by Janice E. Janzen.

In Understanding autism: From basic neuroscience to treatment (pp. 1–23). Boca Raton, FL, US: CRC Press. Lord, . & Ventner, A. (1992). Zwaigenbaum, . Bryson, . Rogers, . Roberts, . Brian, . & Szatmari, P. (2005). Behavioral manifestations of autism in the first year of life. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 23, 143–152.

The Essential Guide to Understanding Autism.

Appropriate for use with any age and ability level, this resource is a valuable tool for therapists, teachers, and parents. This new edition presents an integrated approach to teaching and intervention. It incorporates strategies from recognized models such as SCERTSr, Structured Teaching, and Applied Behavioral Analysis that match the specific needs of each individual. The third edition includes strategies for conducting a comprehensive functional behavioral assessment and developing a positive behavior support system. A CD-ROM with reproducible versions of all forms, some figures, and a collection of sample stories is also new for the third edition of this popular text.

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Stick Stick
Arrived on time and as expected. This textbook is a great resource in that it explains ASD in layman's terms, with lots of analogies and descriptions of the symptoms, both how they feel to the individual with ASD and the outward manifestation of observable characteristics.
Jark Jark
Package delivered as promised. Pleased with product.
Shadowredeemer Shadowredeemer
Like many teachers, I like to spend my summer break catching up on some "fun" reading. While I do have a few good books under my belt this summer, my favorite read so far has been Janice Janzen's and Catherine Zenko's "Understanding the Nature of Autism: A Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders." Working with high school students with ASD can be very challenging but even more rewarding - I absolutely love what I do. Keeping informed of the latest ASD research, therapeutic and educational approaches is critical for me as it is for all educators, parents, care-givers and other support personnel. What I love about this book is its emphasis on "perspective taking" - the willingness to look at the world through the eyes of an individual with ASD. The real life behavioral examples in each chapter provide a wealth of knowledge by connecting taught concepts. You can actually see what it might look like in real life. I realized while reading that some of what has puzzled me in my classroom is not as big a mystery as I think! The book is extremely well organized and an easy read. Some of the topics and information covered include functional assessment of behavior, emotional regulation, instructional strategies, how to teach new skills, how to organize and structure space, and how to manage some specific challenges (safety, eating and sleeping problems, social and sexual issues, etc..). I was pleasantly surprised when my book arrived to find a CD with reproducible forms, sample social stories and visual supports, a case study and a list of other resources! "Understanding the Nature of Autism" is an excellent reference and my new "go to" guide. Every student deserves the best we have to offer and this book goes a long way in getting us there.