Building A Future Together
This practical book gives detailed guidance on how to develop a tailored Applied Behavioural Analysis programme that includes the key features of ABA: detailed individual behaviour assessment, reinforcement strategies to encourage new behaviours and systematic programme implementation.
The PACE Parents' Handbook
This book is a guide to effective campaigning for appropriate services for children with autism, written by PACE (The Parents' Autism Campaign for Education). Based on the real-life experiences, it explains how the system works at local and national levels and provides invaluable information about local authority structures and government policy.
An Education and Skills Training Programme for Parents - Manual for Clinicians
This training programme has been developed in response to a real need for evidence-based early interventions for very young autistic children. It is designed to reduce the severity of emotional/behavioural difficulties by managing a child's particular problems and encouraging effective collaboration between professionals and parents.
How to be a ‘Velvet Bulldozer'
Row illustrates how the special educational needs system works and empowers parents to demand help for children with special needs. This practical book challenges the theoretical established literature on SEN, providing an accessible and effective resource for those needing advice on their rights to services and help for their children.
This full-colour guide provides staff who work in residential special schools in England with information about the rules they must follow and their responsibilities for the services that the school should provide for the young people there
This full-colour accessible guide gives young people information on what should happen when they move into a residential special school in England and what that school should be doing for them
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