Parent—Professional Collaboration for Positive Behavior Support in the Home

  title={Parent—Professional Collaboration for Positive Behavior Support in the Home},
  author={Joanne Kay Marshall and Pat Mirenda},
  journal={Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities},
  pages={216 - 228}
  • J. Marshall, P. Mirenda
  • Published 1 November 2002
  • Psychology
  • Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Over the past feW years, a number of studies have demonstrated the efficacy of combining positive behavior support and family-centered intervention in home settings. Family-centered positive behavior support is often conducted Within the context of natural routines that occur regularly in home or community settings. The purpose of this article is to describe many of the unique challenges and benefits related to assessment, intervention design, and implementation that are inherent in parent… 

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