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Using Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies in the Home

The proposed presentation will help parents understand some of the behavioral and cognitive strategies that they can use at home to increase appropriate behavior, build positive routines, and help promote positive interactions and coping skills. Segall, Matthew & Coleman, Charlie. … Continue reading

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A Systematic Review of Fidelity of Implementation in Parent-Mediated Early Communication Intervention

The author examined the reporting of four elements of fidelity of implementation (FOI) in parent-mediated early communication treatment studies. Thirty-five studies were reviewed to extract information regarding reporting of dosage, adherence, quality, and participant responsiveness for both practitioners and parents … Continue reading

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Bullying and students with disabilities – Strategies and techniques to create a safe learning environment for all

This new work contains eight chapters/subjects focused on bullying and students with disabilities: What is bullying, Why are students with disabilities targeted, How to identify bullies and their victims, creating a school-wide program, What every teacher must do, What every … Continue reading

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