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Internet survey of treatments used by parents of children with autism.
TLDR
Because parents were using a large number of treatments, many of which lack empirical support, future research should focus on understanding the decision-making processes that underlie treatment selection by parents of children with autism.
Using iPods(®) and iPads(®) in teaching programs for individuals with developmental disabilities: a systematic review.
TLDR
The results of these 15 studies were largely positive, suggesting that iPods, iPod Touch, iPads, and related devices are viable technological aids for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Use of peer-mediated interventions in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review
Abstract This review involved a systematic analysis of studies that focused on the use of peer-mediated interventions (PMI) in the treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Cyberbullying among students with intellectual and developmental disability in special education settings
TLDR
Cyberbullying is prevalent among students with intellectual and developmental disability in special education settings and programmes should be developed to deal with this issue in which students, teachers and parents work together.
Evaluation of a Video Prompting and Fading Procedure for Teaching Dish Washing Skills to Adults with Developmental Disabilities
We evaluated a video prompting and fading procedure for teaching three adults with developmental disabilities to wash dishes. Video prompting involved showing video clips depicting each step of the
Computer-Presented Video Prompting for Teaching Microwave Oven Use to Three Adults with Developmental Disabilities
We evaluated the use of a video prompting procedure for teaching three adults with developmental disabilities to make popcorn using a microwave oven. Training, using a 10-step task analysis, was
Comparing Video Prompting to Video Modeling for Teaching Daily Living Skills to Six Adults with Developmental Disabilities
We compared two procedures (video prompting versus video modeling) for teaching six adults with developmental disabilities to set a table and put away groceries. Video prompting involved 10 separate
Sensory integration therapy for autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review
Intervention studies involving the use of sensory integration therapy (SIT) were systematically identified and analyzed. Twenty-five studies were described in terms of: (a) participant
PECS and VOCAs to enable students with developmental disabilities to make requests: an overview of the literature.
This paper provides an overview of the literature dealing with the use of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and voice output communication aids (VOCAs) for promoting the performance of
Teaching Advanced Operation of an iPod-Based Speech-Generating Device to Two Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
We evaluated a program for teaching two adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to perform more advanced operations on an iPod-based speech-generating device (SGD). The effects of the
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