Review: Easter Seals and Autism blog
"A must-read, not only to help resolve behavioral problems, but also as a great educational tool to begin to understand why the behavior is going on in the first place."
Review by: Elizabeth Wilson, mother of three, including twins with autism
"Because PBS depends greatly on examining the reasons for behavior and discovering the unique path to resolution for that individual, you develop a deeper understanding of the child's actions. You become an expert in prevention, which in turn means success for all involved!"
Review by: Amy McCart, parent and Assistant Research Professor, University of Kansas
"Invaluable . . . offer[s] ideas matched to each child's unique needs while simultaneously addressing the needs of the family."
Review by: Glen Dunlap, Professor, University of South Florida, Reno, Nevada
"A remarkable achievement . . . represents a major advance in making the fruits of research accessible for families."
Review by: Edward Carr, Leading Professor, Department of Psychology, State University of New York
"Thoroughly readable, clear, and practical . . . Parents, get this book and enrich the life of your family!"
Review by: Ann Turnbull, Co-Director, Beach Center on Disability, The University of Kansas
"Some books are "nice to have" and others are "need to have". This is a need to have book for families who have children with problem behavior and for professionals who support those families."
Review by: Mark Durand, Regional Vice Chancellor, Office of Academic Affairs, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
"Represents the accumulated wisdom of parent/researchers who've been there . . . will be the positive behavioral support "bible.""
Review by: Tim Knoster, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, Executive Director of the Association for Positive Behavior Support, co-chair of TASH's Positive Approaches Committee
"A wonderful resource for parents as well as direct care staff . . . reflective of state–of–the–art positive behavior support."
Review: Support for Families Newsletter
"[Parenting with Positive Behavior Support] is an enlightening and sometimes disturbing collection of historical accounts by real people. It is well–indexed, footnoted, and contains a bibliography of sources. This is an excellent resource for professionals who are working in the disability community."