This cutting-edge, two-volume set for parents is a reader-friendly guide to teaching young children with Down syndrome using procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Book 1: Foundations for Learning explains why behaviorally based methods are effective and how to use ABA tools such as prompts and reinforcement. Book 2: Teaching Programs details how to teach hundreds of essential skills and address challenging behaviors.
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1) For this 2-book set, the shipping & handling fee is $7.50 total. You will be charged $6.50 for the first book, and an additional $1.00 when the second book is available.
2) Book 1 is now available and Book 2 is expected to be available in November. We are now accepting pre-orders for the set.
Written by Emily A. Jones, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Kathleen M. Feeley, Ph.D.
Emily A. Jones, Licensed Behavior Analyst, New York, is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Queens College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York. In Dr. Jones’ research she examines interventions to improve outcomes for children with developmental disabilities and their families.
Kathleen M. Feeley is Professor in the College of Education, Information, and Technology and the founding Director of the Center for Community Inclusion at Long Island University. Dr. Feeley has dedicated her career to examining interventions that enable children with disabilities to be successful alongside their typical peers.