By Nirbhay N. Singh
This guide provides a various diversity of powerful therapy methods for people with highbrow and developmental disabilities (IDD). Its triple concentrate on key strategies, remedy and coaching modalities, and evidence-based interventions for difficult behaviors of people with IDD presents an effective starting place for potent remedy ideas, theory-to-implementation concerns, and the philosophical and ethical facets of care. professional contributions suggest for adjustments in treating people with highbrow and developmental disabilities through emphasizing caregiver help in addition to respecting and inspiring consumer autonomy, self-determination, and selection. With its quality-of-life technique, the guide info practices which are person-centered and supportive in addition to therapeutically sound.
Topics featured within the guide include:
- Functional and choice exams for medical selection making.
- Treatment modalities from cognitive behavioral remedy and pharmacotherapy to mindfulness, telehealth, and assistive technologies.
- Self-determination and selection in addition to group dwelling skills.
- Quality-of-life concerns for people with IDD.
- Early extensive habit interventions for autism spectrum disorder.
- Skills education for fogeys of kids with IDD in addition to employees education in confident habit support.
- Evidence-based interventions for quite a lot of demanding behaviors and issues.
The Handbook of Evidence-Based Practices in highbrow and Developmental Disabilities is a must have source for researchers, clinicians, scientist-practitioners, and graduate scholars in scientific psychology, social paintings, habit treatment, and rehabilitation.
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Alyssa N. A. is a pediatric psychology clinical intern at the Center for Disabilities and Development at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa, and a Board Certiﬁed Behavior Analyst. She earned her doctoral degree in school psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Iowa. She served as a behavior therapist in a behavior analytic outpatient clinic that served individuals with developmental disabilities who engaged in challenging behavior.
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About the Contributors xxix and treatment of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Her main research interests are in autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, and applied behavior analysis, including early intervention and instructional procedures for individuals with developmental disabilities. S. is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Educational Psychology with a specialization in School Psychology at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee. He is licensed in school psychology in Wisconsin and serves as a member of the Violence Prevention Program with Milwaukee Public Schools.