There are currently two books available in the Teach Your Children Well Series.
This book is a “must have” for every parent or educator of a child who has no—or very limited—language skills. It provides evidence-based ABA/VB methodology, written in non-technical and easy to understand terms. It provides critical information on where to start and how to teach initial skills to children with minimal language skills. It provides the rationale for teaching six critical learning skills and the procedures necessary to develop them. Professionals have identified these skills as an important basic foundation for a child’s overall development.
Step-by-step instructions allow a parent or teacher to implement training and track the child’s acquisition of these important skills. All of the strategies in this book are linked to the skills in the ABLLS-R®. In addition, it provides the reader with strategies to motivate the child to participate in those learning activities as well as identify appropriate goals.
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To help an individual with autism learn critical new skills and willingly participate in social interactions, a parent or educator needs to know how to capture the child's motivation. This "must have" book provides research-based, practical information in a non-technical manner so that caring individuals can help children learn critical skills that are necessary for their life's development.
Learn how to identify and capture motivational factors that will influence your child's willingness to participate in both structured teaching sessions and everyday activities. Discover the techniques to create motivational conditions that result in increased spontaneous language and social interactions. Additionally, read about the strategies you can use to help develop and increase the reinforcing value of social feedback such as praise and smiles!