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CDC’s Developmental Milestones

Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how


Multidisciplinary Teaming: Enhancing Collaboration through Increased Understanding

n an effort to provide clarity about the unique contributions of several professions within the context of multidisciplinary treatment, we reviewed the definitions, philosophical underpinnings, and national requirements pertaining to both scopes of practice (i.e., model licensing acts, legislation, and regulatory boards) and training (i.e., task lists, accreditation standards and course requirements, and exam blueprints) of 4 behavioral health professions.

Social Skills

Social Skills in Children at Home and in Preschool

Preschool age is a crucial period for social development. Social skills acquired during this period are the basis for future life’s success. This study aimed to investigate the level of social skills in preschool children at home and in preschool and to examine the association between children’s social skills and environmental and cultural backgrounds.

social skills
Social Skills

Teaching social skills to students with autism to increase peer interactions in an integrated first-grade classroom

We investigated the use of social skills groups to facilitate increased social interactions for students with autism and their nonhandicapped peers in an integrated first-grade classroom. Social skills groups consisted of training students and peers in initiating, responding, and keeping interactions going; greeting others and conversing on a variety of topics; giving and accepting compliments; taking turns and sharing; asking for help and helping others; and including others in activities.

Positive Reinforcement

Using Positive Reinforcement With Young Children

Positive reinforcement is a research-based practice essential for supporting young children’s use of appropriate behaviors and skills. The application of positive reinforcement also is consistent with recommendations by national organizations for early childhood and early childhood special education.

Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis

Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis

The analysis of individual behavior is a problem in scientific demonstration, reasonably well understood, comprehensively described, and quite thoroughly practiced. That analysis has been pursued in many settings over many years. Despite variable precision, elegance, and power, it has resulted in general descriptive statement of mechanisms that can produce many of the forms that individual behavior may take.

Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis

The Evidence-Based Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a model of professional decision-making in which practitioners integrate the best available evidence with client values/context and clinical expertise in order to provide services for their clients. This framework provides behavior analysts with a structure for pervasive use of the best available evidence in the complex settings in which they work.

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