The effects of autism on the family

edited by Eric Schopler and Gary B. Mesibov


  • I: Introduction.- 1 Professional Attitudes toward Parents: A Forty-Year Progress Report.- II: Overview.- 2 Handicapped Children and Their Families.- 3 Research Concerning Families of Children with Autism.- 4 Helping Autistic Children through Their Parents: The TEACCH Model.- III: Parents as Advocates.- 5 Developmental Changes in Families with Autistic Children: A Parent's Perspective.- 6 The Role of the National Society in Working with Families.- 7 The Professional's Role as Advocate.- 8 Advocacy: Effectively Changing the System.- IV: Parents as Trainees.- 9 Parents as Behavior Therapists for Their Autistic Children: Clinical and Empirical Considerations.- 10 A Training Program for Families of Children with Autism: Responding to Family Needs.- 11 Training Parent-Child Interactions.- 12 Behavior Therapists Look at the Impact of an Autistic Child on the Family System.- V: Parents as Trainers.- 13 My Great Teachers.- 14 Parents as Trainers of Legislators, Other Parents, and Researchers.- 15 The Parent as Trainer of Professionals: Attitudes and Acceptance.- VI: Emotional Support and Siblings.- 16 Explaining Mental Retardation and Autism to Parents.- 17 Family Resources and Successful Adaptation to Autistic Children.- 18 Coping with Burnout.- 19 Children with Handicapped Brothers and Sisters.- 20 The Sibling's Changing Roles.

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書名 The effects of autism on the family
著作者等 Mesibov, Gary B.
Schopler, Eric
TEACCH Conference
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Psychiatry. Division TEACCH
シリーズ名 Current issues in autism
出版元 Plenum Press
刊行年月 c1984
ページ数 xx, 363 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 030641533X
NCID BA01423455
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国