Category: Behavior Supports

Your Adolescent: Emotional, Behavioral, and Cognitive Development from Early Adolescence Through the Teen Years

This guide is designed to help parents of adolescents understand and cope with some of childhood's most challenging years. Includes sections on sex, drugs, alcohol, self-esteem, divorce, school, and other issues facing young teens.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 1999.Authored by David Pruitt.

When My Worries Get Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety

Engaging and easy to read, this book is personalized as the child develops his or her own self-calming strategies.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2006.Authored by Kari Dunn Buron .

Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies for Individuals with Autism

Strategies for dealing with behavior issues for persons with autism spectrum disorders.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2011.Authored by Beth Fouse, Ph.D. and Maria Wheeler, M.Ed..

Updated Understanding Children’s Sexual Behaviors: What’s Natural and Healthy

Puts parents' minds at ease by describing common childhood sexual behaviors and contrasting those that are a normal part of exploration and play with those that may indicate a need for help.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2004.Authored by Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Ph.D..

Using Visual and Behavioral Cues in the Home: Teaching Functional Life Skills to Young Children with Autism and Other Significant Developmental Disorders

This video provides parents, professionals, and other caregivers with practical visual and behavioral strategies to enhance communication, prevent disruptive behaviors, and increase a child
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2002.Authored by Robin Allen, Ph.D.

The Verbal Behavior Approach: How to Teach Children with Autism and Related Disorders

This step-by-step guide provides an abundance of information about how to help children develop better language and speaking skills, and also explains how to teach non-vocal children to use sign language. An entire chapter focuses on ways to reduce problem behavior, and there is also useful information on teaching toileting…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2007.Authored by Mary Barbera and Tracy Rasmussen .

Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism & Related Disorders (A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers)

Individuals with autism are reportedly one of the most difficult populations to toilet train. This second edition offers effective strategies that take the child's physical and emotional sensitivities into account instead of trying to force traditional methods. Easy-to-read bulleted lists offer more than 200 do's and don'ts, along with over…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2007.Authored by Maria Wheeler, M.Ed..

The Potty Journey: Guide to Toilet Training Children with Special Needs, including Autism and Related Disorders

Toilet training children with autism and related disorders is fraught with countless challenges stemming from the very core of their unique characteristics. The communication and sensory issues alone can create formidable barriers. As a result, typical strategies are frequently ineffective when used with children with special needs. Using a no-nonsense,…
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2008.Authored by Judith A. Coucouvanis .

The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children

An explosive child who frequently exhibits severe noncompliance, temper outbursts, and verbal or physical aggression. If this sounds like your child, you're probably feeling frustrated, guilt-ridden, and overwhelmed. At last, Dr. Ross Greene offers help for you and your child.
Categories: . Format: . Published in 2001.Authored by Ross W. Greene.

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