Interventions for Autism: New Evidence for Educational and Clinical Practice.pdf
This welcome survey of the latest empirical research into teaching interventions for autism spectrum disorder provides an up-to-date account of results ranging from pre-school level through to school placement. The author reworks evaluative academic research into practical guidance for education professionals who are practitioners rather than scholars, placing cutting-edge scholarship at the disposal of those who need it most.
Phil Reed is Professor of Psychology at Swansea University, UK. A leading authority on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), he edited the book "Behavioral Theories and Interventions for Autism" (2009) and has published more than 190 papers on ASD, behaviour analysis, learning and memory, and schizophrenia. Professor Reed has served on the editorial boards of several journals in his field, and has also held posts in the UK's Department for Education (Special Educational Needs), the Department of Health, and was a member of the Children in Wales Policy Council.