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Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D.

Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D. Biography:

In addition to his position at the Westchester Institute for Human Development (a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities), Dr. Crimmins is a faculty member of the School of Public Health and the Department of Psychiatry, both at the New York Medical College. In 2002–2003, he was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow in Washington, D.C., where he worked in the office of Senator James M. Jeffords on health and education policy. Dr. Crimmins has a career interest in child development and disability with a particular interest in those issues that reflect the intersection of research, practice, and policy. He is coauthor of The Motivation Assessment Scale (Monaco & Associates, 1992) with V. Mark Durand and the Autism Program Quality Indicators (New York State Education Department, 2001) with V. Mark Durand, Karin Theurer-Kaufman, and Jessica Everett.

Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D.'s Books

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  • Positive Strategies for Students with Behavior Problems

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-878-3


    For use with children who have persistent or severe behavior challenges, this book introduces educators to the systematic Positive Strategies method, which helps teachers understand why behaviors persist, prevent problem behavior, and replace problem behaviors with better alternatives. Grounded in the proven and popular PBS approach, the Positive Strategies method will help school teams ensure long–term improvements in the social success, academic achievement, and overall quality of life for children with severe problem behaviors.

    Paperback $32.95 Qty:
  • Social Skills and Adaptive Behavior in Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    ISBN: 978-1-59857-060-1


    Coordinated by the highly respected Organization for Autism Research, this accessible text from 20+ top experts lays out current research and best-practice recommendations for promoting social skills and adaptive behavior in students with autism.

    Paperback $34.95 Qty:

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