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Off to a good start : a behaviorally based model for teaching children with Down syndrome / Emily A. Jones, Kathleen M. Feeley.

By: Jones, Emily A.
Contributor(s): Feeley, Kathleen M.
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : Woodbine House, 2019Copyright date: 2019Description: 185 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781606132616.Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | INFANTS | PRESCHOOLERS | APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS | COMMUNICATION | MOTOR SKILLS | COGNITIVE SKILLS | SELF CARE | PARENT GUIDES | TEACHERS GUIDES | PROFESSIONALS GUIDESAlso available in electronic format.
Contents:
1. Our journey - 2. Our model. - 3. Behaviorally based instruction. - 4. Success stories. - Appendix A: Program sheets and progress tracker. - Appendix B: Resources. - References. - Index
Summary: "The authors [of this book] share the compelling research about the benefits of using ABA methods with children with Down syndrome, describe ABA principles and procedures, and provide the ABA-based curriculum they’ve used for nearly 20 years to successfully teach infants through kindergarteners with Down syndrome. With these books, readers will learn ABA practices for teaching children the all-important foundational skills in motor, social-communication, cognitive, and self-care development." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Our journey - 2. Our model. - 3. Behaviorally based instruction. - 4. Success stories. - Appendix A: Program sheets and progress tracker. - Appendix B: Resources. - References. - Index

"The authors [of this book] share the compelling research about the benefits of using ABA methods with children with Down syndrome, describe ABA principles and procedures, and provide the ABA-based curriculum they’ve used for nearly 20 years to successfully teach infants through kindergarteners with Down syndrome. With these books, readers will learn ABA practices for teaching children the all-important foundational skills in motor, social-communication, cognitive, and self-care development." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE

Also available in electronic format.

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