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Off to a good start. Book 2, Teaching programs : a behaviorally based model for teaching children with Down syndrome / Emily A. Jones and Kathleen M. Feeley

By: Feeley, Kathleen M.
Contributor(s): Jones, Emily A.
Series: Special needs collection: Publisher: Bethesda, MD : Woodbine House, 2019Copyright date: 2019Edition: First edition.Description: 544 pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781606132876.Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | INFANTS | PRESCHOOLERS | EARLY CHILDHOOD | APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS | COMMUNICATION | MOTOR SKILLS | COGNITIVE SKILLS | SELF CARE | PARENT GUIDES | TEACHERS GUIDES | PROFESSIONALS GUIDESAlso available in electronic format.
Contents:
1. getting ready to teach. - 2. Infant and toddler programs. - 3 Early childhood programs. - 4. Preschool programs. - 5. Transition to kindergarten programs. - 6. Appendix: Program planner. - Skill sequence planner. - Progress tracker. - Preference assessment. - Positive behavior support plan. - References. - Index
Summary: "If you're the parent, teacher, or therapist of a young child with Down syndrome, you should know that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the evidence-based, gold-standard method for teaching children with autism, is an equally effective strategy for teaching children with Down syndrome! In 'Off to a Good Start: A Behaviorally Based Model for Teaching Children with Down Syndrome', the authors 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." - BOOK JACKET
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. getting ready to teach. - 2. Infant and toddler programs. - 3 Early childhood programs. - 4. Preschool programs. - 5. Transition to kindergarten programs. - 6. Appendix: Program planner. - Skill sequence planner. - Progress tracker. - Preference assessment. - Positive behavior support plan. - References. - Index

"If you're the parent, teacher, or therapist of a young child with Down syndrome, you should know that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the evidence-based, gold-standard method for teaching children with autism, is an equally effective strategy for teaching children with Down syndrome! In 'Off to a Good Start: A Behaviorally Based Model for Teaching Children with Down Syndrome', the authors 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." - BOOK JACKET

Also available in electronic format.

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