Organizational Behavior Management Approaches for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after August 27, 2021
Comprised of chapters written by notable experts in the field, Organizational Behavior Management Approaches for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, provides an up-to-date, comprehensive assessment of OBM-IDD.
This edited volume not only provides an overview of the area of OBM-IDD, it also summarizes the extant literature, offers research-to-practice recommendations, and includes operational strategies for building successful service settings. Organizational Behavior Management Approaches for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities synthesizes the published literature and directs practice and research in the areas of assessment and evaluation, training, supervision, and performance improvement, systems interventions, and organizational development. By providing the most contemporary and effective OBM practices derived from evidence-based research findings and recommendations from experienced scientist-practitioners, this book is an integral aid for professionals looking to improve different aspects of service delivery.
The book is intended principally for professionals within educational, human services, and behavioral healthcare settings serving persons with IDD comprised of psychologists, educators, program administrators, organizational consultants, behavior analysts, and evaluation specialists. In particular, the book should appeal to practicing behavior analysts who hold the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) credential and are seeking professional development within OBM as well as academic instructors and researchers, graduate students, and trainees completing doctoral internships and post-doctoral fellowships.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Introduction
1: Introduction to Organizational Behavior Management In Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Rita M. Gardner, Frank L. Bird, Helena Maguire, and James K. Luiselli
Part 2. Assessment and Evaluation
2: Performance Diagnostic Assessment
David A. Wilder and Daniel Cymbal
3: Assessing Employee Preferences for Incentives
Byron Wine and Trang Doan
4: Social Validity Assessment
James K. Luiselli
Part 3. Training, Supervision, and Performance Improvement
5: Behavioral Skills Training (BST)
Jason C. Vladescu and Kathleen E. Marano
6: Performance Management Interventions
James K. Luiselli
7: Self-Monitoring and Treatment Integrity
Jessica L. Doucette, Einar T. Ingvarsson, and Ethan Long
8: Supervision and Mentoring
Part 4. Systems Interventions
9: Employee-Focused Incentive-Based Programs
Amy J. Henley
10: Safety and Injury Prevention
Nicole Gravina and Nicholas Matey
11: Employee Turnover and Workforce Stability
Michael C. Strouse and Florence DiGennaro Reed
12: Restraint and Restrictive Behavior Management Practices
Part 5. Organizational Development
13: Building a Culturally and Diversity Sensitive Workforce
Elizabeth B. Fong
14: Organizational Ethics
Joy S. Pollard, Shawn P. Quigley, and Steve Woolf,
15: Advancing OBM Practice and Research within IDD Service Settings
Florence D. DiGennaro Reed, Azure J. Pellegrino, Abigail L. Blackman, Tyler G. Erath, Sandra Ruby, Matt J. Harbison, and Helena Maguire
James K. Luiselli, Ed.D., ABPP, BCBA-D is Director of Clinical Development and Research, Melmark New England, and Adjunct Faculty, School Psychology Program, William James College.
Rita M. Gardner, M.P.H., LABA, BCBA is President and Chief Executive Officer, Melmark, Inc.
Frank L. Bird, M.Ed., BCBA, LABA is Vice President & Chief Clinical Officer, Melmark Inc.
Helena Maguire, M.S., LABA, BCBA is Executive Director, Melmark New England.
"A wealth of information on Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) for researching and managing human services. Written by prominent OBM researchers and managers, the book covers numerous topics integral to quality service provision. All human service managers should find the content valuable, and even more so for those with a background in OBM or behavior analysis." — Dennis H. Reid, Ph.D., Founder and Director of Carolina Behavior Analysis and Support Center, USA