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Index of the Autism SIG ABA Newsletter

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Winter 2001-2002 (17.1)

 

Spring 2002 (17.2)

 

Fall 2002 (17.3)

 

Winter 2002-2003 (17.4)

 

Winter 2003 (19.1)

 

Spring 2003 (19.2)

 

Fall 2003 (19.3)

 

Winter 2003-2004 (19.4)

 

http://dddc.rutgers.edu/files/newsletter_spring-2004.pdf|Spring 2004 (20.1)]

 

Late Spring 2004 (20.2)

 

Summer 2004 (20.3)

 

Fall 2004 (20.4)

 

Winter 2004-2005 (21.1)

 

Spring 2005 (21.2)

 

Summer 2005 (21.3)

 

Fall 2005 (21.4)

 

Winter 2005-2006 (22.1)

 

Spring 2006 (22.2)

 

Summer 2006 (22.3)

 

Fall 2006 (22.4)

 

Winter 2006-2007 (23.1)

 

Spring 2007 (23.2)

 

Summer 2007 (23.3)

 

p.1 RECREATION AND LEISURE

My Own World

Ayelet Kantor, Ph.D. and June Groden, Ph.D.

 

p.5. ARTICLE SYNOPSES

Todd, T., & Reid, G. (2006). Increasing physical activity in individuals with autism. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Dis-abilities, 21(3), 167-176.

Reviewed by: Megan Atthowe, RN, BCABA

 

p.6. RESOURCES

Summer Time Challenges: Swimming, Sun, & Socialization

Michael C. Selbst, Ph.D. (Behavior Therapy Associates, P.A.)

Checklist to Assist Individuals with ASDs or Caregivers in the Selection of Fitness, Leisure, Recreation and Programs

Linda S. Meyer and Jeffrey Jacobs

 

p.12 PARENT HIGHLIGHTS

An Interview with Parents: Involving Children with Autism in Recreational Activities

Kate Fiske, M.S., and Ruth Donlin, M.S.

 

Teaching Leisure and Athletic Skills to a Child with Autism Using TAGteach

By Martha Gabler

 

p. 16 PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Overview of Quest Autism Programs (QAP)

Chris Mesopotanese, Psy.D., BCBA

Carrie Hennessy

 

Promoting Community Inclusion to Enhance Recreation and Leisure Skills

Florida Atlantic University Center for Au-tism and Related Disabilities (FAU-CARD)

By Debbie Leach, Ed.D, BCBA

FAU CARD Associate Director

 

Fall 2007 (23.4)

p. 1 UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

Providing Treatment to Diverse Populations: An Interview with Dr. Sandra Harris

 

Addressing the Needs of Underserved Populations in New Jersey: An Interview with The New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community (COSAC)

David Celiberti, Ph.D., BCBA

President, Parent Professional Partnership SIG

 

Meeting the Early Childhood Diagnostic Needs in Rural New Mexico

Brian R. Lopez, PhD; Marcia L. Moriarta, PsyD

University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability

 

Rural Services: Ideas and Future Directions

Emily Thomas Johnson, Ph.D., B.C.B.A.

Behavior, Attention, Developmental Disabilities Consultants, LLC

 

Interview with Parent - Maria Teresa Abinader

By Tamara A. Bannon, LMSW, BCBA

Coordinator of Parent Services, COSAC

 

Autism Intervention for Underserved Populations:

An Example from the Province of New Brunswick

Paul M. McDonnell, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada

 

p.13 ARTICLE SYNOPSES

Welterlin, A., & LaRue, B. (2007). Serving the

needs of immigrant families of children with

autism. Disability and Society, 22 (7).

Reviewer and primary author: Aurelie Welterlin, PsyM

p. 14 BOOK REVIEW

The Verbal Behavior Approach: How to Teach Children with Autism and Related Disorders

By Mary Lynch Barbera with Tracy Rasmussen

Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities

Special Interest Group Newsletter

p.17 ABA SIG NEWS

Letter from the President

Letter of congratulations to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board

p. 22 ABA Autism SIG Student Research Award Winners

The Effects of Embedded Questions on Reading Comprehension in Second Grade Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

LINDSAY SESSOR, Ruth M. DeBar, & Sheila Alber-Morgan

The Ohio State University

Developing a Self-Initiation Training

for Preverbal Children with Autism

Marie L. Rocha and Laura Schreibman

 

Winter 2007-2008 (24.1)

p.1 CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR

BEST PRACTICES IN SCHOOL-BASED FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT

Effectiveness of Functional Assessment

The Challenges

Indirect/Informant Methods of Functional Assessment

Descriptive Assessment

Analogue Functional Analyses

Summary and Future Directions

References

Functional Behavioral Assessment Flow Chart

p.8 PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

The Severe Behavior Day Treatment Program at the Marcus Institute

Intensive Behavioral Intervention Following a Verbal Behavior Model

Profile: Project NSTM

p.15 BOOK AND ARTICLE REVIEWS

Visual Supports for People with Autism:

A Guide for Parents and Professionals

By Marlene Cohen and Donna Sloan

Reviewed by Jenna Glennon

Johnston, J. M. (2006). “Replacing” problem behavior: An analysis of tactical alternatives.

The Behavior Analyst, 29, 1-11

Reviewed by: Nathan Lambright, Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center

Ryan J. Madigan, Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center

Applying Behavior Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum:

A Field Guide for Practitioners

by Beth Sulzer-Azaroff and Associates

Review by: Robert H. LaRue, Ph.D., BCBA

p.19 AUTISM SIG MINUTES

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Philadelphia, PA

Friday, November 16th, 2007

12:00-1:30 p.m.

p.20 LETTER FROM AUTISM SIG PRESIDENT

Website Update

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