Told from a mother’s point of view, this book relates the story of two children with autism who made incredible progress through behavioral intervention. It covers the children’s diagnosis, therapy and skill acquisition through reliance on Applied Behavioral Analysis. The author presents a great deal of practical advice from her own trial and error experience, in addition to providing extensive information and resources for parents and professionals. This important book is the cornerstone of a movement by parents around the world who are seeking to give their children as much potential independence as possible.
SPECIFICATIONSPaperback, 371 pages, 1993, by Catherine Maurice