David A. Rotholz
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If many people with disabilities are to experience the benefits of positive behavior support (PBS), personnel in human service settings must be well versed in the values and practices of this… Continue Reading
We conducted a large-scale field replication study of classwide peer tutoring applied to spelling instruction (Greenwood, Delquadri, & Hall, 1984). Two hundred and eleven inner-city students in four… Continue Reading
Functional communication skills are essential for effective participation in society by persons with autism and other developmental disabilities. Because most of the general public does not… Continue Reading
The use of small group instructional formats with children who have autism and developmental disabilities has received mixed results in the research literature (Reid & Favell, 1984). The purpose of… Continue Reading
Abstract People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) often rely on long-term services and supports (LTSS) to live and work in the community or with their families. As policy refor...
OBJECTIVES To provide an example of a successful, novel statewide effort to increase early identification of young children at risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) using a 2-tiered screening… Continue Reading
Information reported about children with prenatal cocaine exposure has been contradictory and has virtually excluded study of children in applied settings. This study assessed 8 children with a… Continue Reading
In the past few decades, the field of positive behavior support has emerged from its origins in applied behavior analysis. However, the difference between an appropriate literature base and statewide… Continue Reading