We recently reviewed a new book on the market, “ABA Tools of the Trade” that delves into all the aspects of data collection that we all face in our field on any given day. Read more to see how this book may aide you in your current practice!
• Book Reviews of relevance to the field of autism, treatment, and education. • Clinical Corner responses to frequently asked questions about autism treatment. • Consumer Corner showcasing resources to inform and guide treatment decisions • Consumer Guidelines to help consumers access effective treatments. • Science Corner offering user-friendly knowledge about science for a savvier consumer. • From the Archives highlights previously published content that is still relevant. • Interviews with those advancing science-based treatment and confronting pseudoscience. • Invited Articles by leading advocates of science-based treatment. • Research Synopses of published studies to translate knowledge and increase access to science. • Treatment Summaries summarizing specific treatments for autism ... See MoreSee Less
Ten years ago this past month, the autism community suffered a profound loss with the tragic death of Dr. Ted Carr. His work will forever be part of the fabric of what we do and for that we are grateful. In our June issue we re-shared the heartfelt thoughts of several colleagues who wrote about Ted and his tremendous impact on the field.
Introduction by David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D Association for Science in Autism Treatment Earlier this summer, the autism community lost one of its finest. Dr. Edward Carr and his wife, Dr. Ilene Wasserman, were killed by a drunk driver on June 20, 2009. Dr. Carr was a Professor in the Department of....