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Social and Communication Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Second Edition
Authors: Kathleen Ann Quill, L. Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan

ISBN: 978-1-59857-980-2
Pages: 440
Copyright: 2017
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Stock Number:  79802
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Trusted for more than 15 years, the groundbreaking DO-WATCH-LISTEN-SAY has revolutionized social and communication intervention for children of all ages with autism spectrum disorder. Now a new edition is here, reimagined and expanded for the next generation of children and support teams.


Whether you're a professional already or in training to be one, this is the resource you need to address complex social and communication challenges for children with autism from ages 3 to 18. In one comprehensive volume, you'll have everything you need to conduct effective assessment, set goals and objectives for the child, plan interventions that work, ensure generalization of skills, and monitor progress. Immediately useful new additions—including a more extensive assessment tool and a system to monitor skill development—make this a cornerstone resource for every professional working with children and youth with autism.


WHAT'S NEW

  • Expanded and revised assessment and intervention planning tool, with an emphasis on tracking generalization of new skills
  • The very latest evidence-based practices and intervention approaches for enhancing social and communication skills
  • New activity sheets with fun and motivating ways to teach social, communication, and community skills
  • A look at how restricted and repetitive behaviors affect learning and development (one of the most underexplored areas of autism)
  • Guidance on prioritizing goals and objectives, linking them to assessment, and designing interventions.
  • New chapter on progress monitoring that includes a full data collection toolkit for tracking the generalization of social and communication skills
  • Updated vignettes and extended case stories illustrating social and communication challenges characteristic of autism


PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Assessment tool; activities to build play and leisure, social, and communication skills; more than a dozen sheets to help monitor progress toward skill mastery and generalization.


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Review by: Patricia Prelock, Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Vermont
“Kathleen Quill has succeeded in providing for clinicians, educators, and parents the most comprehensive text to date that facilitates an understanding of the complexity of the social communication impairments of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) while providing a clear pathway for understanding how to assess both social and communication strengths and needs, select appropriate evidence-based interventions, and monitor progress. This second edition of Do-Watch-Listen-Say includes a revision of the Assessment of Social and Communication Skills for Individuals with ASD that guides clinicians in identifying potential obstacles to learning while planning intervention from the assessment results to the development of measurable objectives. Each chapter highlights critical learning elements and provides charts, tables, case examples, and sample assessment and intervention plans that enrich the reader’s understanding of those instructional strategies that are most likely to support the social communication of individuals with ASD.”
  1. Understanding the Complexity of Autism
    Historical and Contemporary Overview of Autism
    Identifying and Diagnosing Autism
    Cognition in Autism
    Summary

  2. Understanding Social and Communication Development and Challenges
    Core Skills for Social and Communication Development
    Social Skill Development
    Communication Skill Development
    Restricted, Repetitive Behavior in Autism
    Summary

  3. Assessing Social and Communication Skills
    Understanding Educational Assessments
    Assessment of Social and Communication Skills in Autism
    The Assessment of Social and Communication Skills for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Revised (ASCS-2)
    Summary
    Appendix: The Assessment of Social and Communication Skills for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Revised (ASCS-2)

  4. Designing Intervention
    Intervention Planning: An Overview
    Framework for Targeting Skills
    Framework for Intervention: Core Skills
    Framework for Intervention: Social Skills
    Framework for Intervention: Communication Skills
    Framework for Intervention: Community Skills
    Framework for Intervention: Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors
    Summary

  5. Selecting Evidence-Based Practices to Enhance Social and Communication Skills
    Evidence-Based Intervention Practices
    Intervention Approaches
    Summary

  6. Instructional Strategies to Enhance Social and Communication Skills
    Teaching Opportunities
    Explicit Instruction and Interactions
    Summary

  7. Instructional Supports to Enhance Social and Communication Skills
    Organizational Supports
    Social Supports
    Communication Supports
    Behavior Supports
    Summary

  8. Activities to Promote Development
    Activity Strategies
    Using the Sample Activity Sheets
    Core Skills Activity Sheets
    Social Skills Activity Sheets
    Communication Skills Activity Sheets

  9. Collecting Data to Measure Authentic Progress
    An Overview of Progress Monitoring
    Monitoring Skill Emergence, Mastery, and Generalization
    Data Collection Forms
    Using Data to Make Intervention Decisions
    Summary
    Appendix A: Progress Monitoring Forms—Quantitative Data Collection Forms
    Appendix B: Progress Monitoring Forms—Qualitative Data Collection Forms

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