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Boone, V. M. (2018). Positive parenting for autism: Powerful strategies to help your child overcome challenges and thrive. Althea Press.
“Written by board certified behavior analyst and therapist, Victoria Boone, Positive Parenting for Autism provides concrete tools to help you develop personalized behavior change plans aimed at both increasing your child’s positive behaviors and decreasing unwanted or problem behaviors associated with their autism. Based on the principles of applied behavioral therapy (ABA), Positive Parenting for Autism offers strengths-based strategies that will empower you to help your child with autism meet, and even exceed, the goals you envision for them.” -publisher
Branstetter, R. (2014). The everything parent's guide to children with executive functioning disorder: Strategies to help your child achieve the time management skills, focus, and organization needed to succeed in school and life. Adams Media.
“Being organized. Staying focused. Controlling impulses and emotions. These are some of the basic executive functioning (Ef) skills children need to function and succeed as they grow. But what can you do if your child is struggling with one or all of these skills? With this hands-on guide, you'll learn what Ef difficulties look like and how you can help your child overcome these challenges.” -publisher
Parent-Johnson, W., Owens, L., & Parent-Johnson, R. (2020). Planning the transition to employment. Paul Brookes Publishing.
“Get students with disabilities ready for integrated, competitive employment with this practical guide, the latest book in the Brookes Transition to Adulthood series. A must for transition coordinators, special educators, and employment specialists, this book embraces the widely used "Employment First" approach to career planning, which emphasizes integrated, competitive employment as the first and preferred option for all people, regardless of their disability.” -publisher