內容簡介 Trusted for more than 15 years, the groundbreaking DO-WATCH-LISTEN-SAY has revolutionized social and communication intervention for children of all ages with autism spectrum disorder. Now a new edition is here, reimagined and expanded for the next generation of children and support teams. Whether you're a professional already or in training to be one, this is the resource you need to address complex social and communication challenges for children with autism from ages 3 to 18. In one comprehensive volume, you'll have everything you need to conduct effective assessment, set goals and objectives for the child, plan interventions that work, ensure generalization of skills, and monitor progress. Immediately useful new additions--including a more extensive assessment tool and a system to monitor skill development--make this a cornerstone resource for every professional working with children and youth with autism.WHAT'S NEWExpanded and revised assessment and intervention planning tool, with an emphasis on tracking generalization of new skillsThe very latest evidence-based practices and intervention approaches for enhancing social and communication skills New activity sheets with fun and motivating ways to teach social, communication, and community skills A look at how restricted and repetitive behaviors affect learning and development (one of the most underexplored areas of autism) Guidance on prioritizing goals and objectives, linking them to assessment, and designing interventions. New chapter on progress monitoring that includes a full data collection toolkit for tracking the generalization of social and communication skillsUpdated vignettes and extended case stories illustrating social and communication challenges characteristic of autismPRACTICAL MATERIALS: Assessment tool; activities to build play and leisure, social, and communication skills; more than a dozen sheets to help monitor progress toward skill mastery and generalization.
作者介紹 Kathleen Ann Quill, Ed.D., BCBA-D is a compassionate professional who has spent 40 years supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorder. She is a developmental psycholinguist, educator and board certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D). Dr. Quill has conducted trainings in over 20 countries, given the keynote address for 10 international organizations, and presented at over 200 conferences. She discusses how to integrate behavioral (ABA) and developmental treatment models to enhance language, communication, and social learning. Kathleen promotes innovative solutions that bridge the gap between research and practice in order to sustain quality education for all students with autism. Prior to founding the Autism Institute, Dr. Quill was a professor at the University of Massachusetts and Lesley University in Boston and conducted applied research on developmental differences in autism. Kathleen is the author of two seminal texts, numerous publications, and online resources on the topic. Kathleen is on the editorial board for Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders and Focus on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities. She facilitates Professional Learning Communities through regional and national partnerships, and collaborates with companies to design technology solutions for educators. Laroye "Lynn" Stansberry Brusnahan, Ph.D., is the parent of an adult with autism and an associate professor in teacher education at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. She coordinates a graduate certificate, license, and master's degree program in autism spectrum disorders and behavior analyst. She was the 2012 Autism Society of America Professional of the Year. Dr. Stansberry Brusnahan has a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Exceptional Education. Lynn has served on numerous boards including the Autism Society of America National Board, the Council for Exceptional Children's Division on Autism and Development Disabilities Board, and Minnesota Life College's professional advisory board. She worked with the Minnesota Department of Education where she helped craft an autism spectrum disorder special education license for educators. She has an active agenda as an invited speaker at the local, national, and international level.