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School-Based Consultation and Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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ISBN 9781138238909
August 5, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
288 Pages - 3 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

School-Based Consultation and Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder frames the preventive and remedial powers of consultation in terms of indirectly supporting the needs of children and youth with ASD through their parents and educators. Focusing on foundational knowledge and skills that school consultants need in order to incorporate ASD service delivery into their research and practice, this text addresses consistent and effective service delivery for students with ASD to optimize their positive academic, behavioral, adaptive, and social communicative outcomes.

Table of Contents


Section I: The Intersection of Consultation and ASD 

  1. Issues and Trends in School-Based Consultation 

  1. Needs of Students with ASD 

  1. Evidence-Based Interventions for ASD 

Section II: Consultation Models

Section Introduction

  1. Supporting Teacher-Led ASD Interventions: Problem-Solving Consultation

  1. Family-School Partnerships and Conjoint Behavioral Consultation: Working with Families S. Andrew Garbacz and Elizabeth L. W. McKenney
  2. Consultee-Centered Consultation Approaches for Students with ASD

Section III: Community and Systems Collaboration

  1. Collaborating with Other Professionals 
  2. Systems Level Collaboration Lindsay M. Fallon, Sarah A. Fefer, & Elizabeth L. W. McKenney
  3. Section IV: Future Directions 

  4. Future Directions 

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Elizabeth L. W. McKenney is Associate Professor of Clinical Child and School Psychology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, USA.