BOOKS

A Work In Progress - Ron Leaf, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
A Work in Progress
Ron Leaf, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
A Work In Progress is a two part manual that serves as a guide for any parent or professional working with Autistic children. The ABA based behavioral intervention strategies and the detailed curriculum focus on facilitating the child's development and helping him or her to achieve the highest level of independence and quality of life possible.



Crafting Connections - Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D., Ron Leaf, Ph.D., and John McEachin, Ph.D.
Crafting Connections
Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D., Ron Leaf, Ph.D., and John McEachin, Ph.D.
Written by a team of renowned professionals, this guide highlights skill development in clear and behavioral frameworks, and provides parents and teachers with a wealth of information regarding goals and strategies. Sub-skills, prerequisites, and methods of instruction are outlined for each area in a methodical, easy-to-read manner.



A Work In Progress - Ron Leaf, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
A Work in Progress: Spanish Edition
Ron Leaf, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
This Spanish translation of A Work In Progress is a comprehensive guide for any parent or professional working with Autistic children. Parents of newly diagnosed children and professionals looking for a concrete curriculum will find this book to be an invaluable resource.



It's Time For School - Ron Leaf, Ph.D., Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
It's Time For School: Building Quality ABA Educational Programs for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Ron Leaf, Ph.D., Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D. and John McEachin, Ph.D.
The editors of this book offer practical advice to special education directors and superintendents while providing extensive training to teachers, direct and supplementary service personnel and parents. It is an essential manual that demonstrates how to determine and optimize the best school placement for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).



Sense and Nonsense in the Behavioral Treatment of Autism: It Has To Be Said - Ron Leaf, Ph.D., John McEachin, Ph.D. and Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D.
Sense and Nonsense in the Behavioral Treatment of Autism: It Has To Be Said
Ron Leaf, Ph.D., John McEachin, Ph.D. and Mitchell Taubman, Ph.D.
A renowned team of professionals sift the sense from the nonsense in assessing the approaches to the treatment of autism. In a field exploding with alternative treatments, choosing the best course of action for the child with autism can be a daunting task. The authors offer compelling practical evidence of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as the most reliable approach to education, and provide a much needed antidote to other treatments lacking empirical data.



Other Books We Recommend


Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Autism: A Manual for Parents and Professionals
by Catherine Maurice, Gina Green, & Stephen C. Luce (Editors)

Let Me Hear Your Voice: A Family’s Triumph over Autism
by Catherine Maurice

Navigating the Social World: A Curriculum for Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and Related Disorders
by Jeanette McAfee

Siblings of Children with Autism
by Sandra Harris

Teaching Individuals with Developmental Delays: Basic Intervention Techniques
by Ivar Lovaas

Teach Me Language: A Language Manual for Children with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and Related Developmental Disorders
by Sabrina K. Freeman & Lorelei Dake