Drawing on the TEACCH program's twenty years of experience in clinical services, education, and research, this volume synthesizes some of the most important theory and data related to the early identification and intervention in autism and related disorders. Chapters addressing clinical aspects, parental concerns, and legal issues will be useful in helping professionals understand and implement state-of-the-art services for young children and their families.What measures best reflect progress? If present trends are good predictors, these questions will be answered in the next decade of research. REFERENCES ... Behavioral research and sen-ices for preschool children with autism in Delaware. Panel discussion at the ... Selecting outcome measures in early intervention. Journal of the Division for Early Childhood. 10, 118-123. Casto. G., aamp; Mastropieri.
|Title||:||Preschool Issues in Autism|
|Author||:||Eric Schopler, Mary E. Van Bourgondien, Marie M. Bristol|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1993-08-31|