Autism


HANDBOOK OF AUTISM AND PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

Second Edition

DONALD COHEN AND FRED VOLKMAR

A comprehensive handbook that examines all forms of developmental disorders, with emphasis on autism. This second edition, now a two hands book, demonstrates and includes significant material and clinical studies that have been collected since the original text was published in 1987.

JWI25AT $99.95

TEACHING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM

Strategies for Initiating Positive Interactions and Improving Leaning Opportunities

ROBERT L. KOEGEL & LYNN KERN KOEGEL

Provides a useful conceptual and practical guide for teaching children with autism in a way to maximize their developmental potential. Limited to behavioral interventions that have been scientifically documented to be effective and will result in socially significant and durable behavior change.

PB162AT $35.00

BIOLOGICAL TREATMENTS FOR AUTISM AND PDD

What's Going On? What Can You do About It?

WILLAM SHAW PH.D.

Comprehensive yet easy-to-read guide to current research and medical therapies for autism and PDD. Brings together information from the fields of biochemistry, immunology, genetics, nutrition, and microbiology for parents, professionals, and physicians.

GPL10AT $19.95

SPECIAL CHILDREN/SPECIAL SOLUTIONS A Journey of Love

Samahria Lyte Kaufman describes her unique insights and concrete applications for teaching children who face a host of difficulties. Her accepting attitude is a revolutionary concept in the area of treatment for autistic children. Audio Tape

01092AT $55.00

MEETING THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER RITA JORDAN AND GLENYS JONES

A terrific tool for anyone teaching children with autistic spectrum disorders for the first time in a mainstream setting. It uses a case study approach to identify the meaning behind pupils actions and reactions.

TF100AT $17.95

THE ULTIMATE STRANGER

The Autistic Child

CARL H. DELACATO

A new sensory approach to autism including an exciting breakthrough in treating an extremely difficult condition. Many suggestions are included for parents help them evaluate and to treat the problems of autism at home. Autism

AT300AT $15.00

RIGHT FROM THE START

Behavioral Intervention for Young Children With Autism

SANORA L. HARRIS, PH.D. AND MARY JANE WEISS, PH.D.

A guide which describes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Intensive Behavioral Intervention (IBI)--one of the most successful, proven treatment and educational methods for young people with autism--to parents in an easy to read and understand language.

WB183AT $14.95

ACTIVITIES FOR DEVELOPING PRE-SKILL CONCEPTS

In Children with Autism

T. FLOWERS

Each activity is designed to tell educators what they are doing, why they are doing it and what materials they will need to teach the activity. Adaptable for children of all levels.

PE0350D $36.00

WHEN AUTISM STRIKES

Families Cope with Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

EDITED BY ROBERT A. CATALANO, M.D.

Eight stories of families coping with autism, or disintegrative disorder, offered by parents who wish to lend support and encouragement to others in similar circumstances, as they too cope with daily living while searching for solutions.

PL1510D $19.95

RUSSELL IS EXTRA SPECIAL

A Book About Autism for Children

CHARLES A. AMENTA III, M.D.

Written to help the most important people, children, learn about autism by a father, who is also a physician, of an autistic child.

AP124AT $11.95

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT AUTISM

With Parents and Kids

Two video tapes that present a complicated disorder in a very matter of fact manner.

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