Video- og DVD-film samt cd-rom'er om ABA-behandling

Beskrivelser af cd-rom'er, DVD- og videofilm er producenternes egne reklametekster. Husk at amerikanske videofilm og DVD-film anvender en anden videostandard (NTSC) end den europæiske (PAL). De fleste moderne videomaskiner og DVD-afspillere kan dog uden problemer afspille den amerikanske standard. Hvis man bestiller materaler fra lande uden for EU skal der til priserne tillægges ikke alene forsendelse men også moms og told og desuden et fortoldningsgebyr. Hvis materialerne bestilles inden for EU betales kun for forsendelsen.


Complete ABA Course Set - for Parents or Therapists (DVD) . Vol. 1-8. Alapharetta, GA: Maximum Potential. By Lund, Coby & Janet Lund 2009.
Pris: US$ 349.99. De enkelte DVD-film sælges også enkeltvis for US$ 49.99.
http://www.maximumpotentialkids.com/abacourse-1.htm

Maximum Potential has created 17 different modules that will give any potential instructor the ability to learn everything they need to know about ABA, the set up of an ABA session and how to counteract different challenges associated with ABA. Each set of modules will contain examples from actual ABA therapy sessions and will included printable guided notes that can be used to refresh information learned in the courses.


Recovered: Journeys Through the Autism Spectrum and Back (DVD). Los Angeles, CA: CARD, 2008. 57 min.
Pris: US$ 41.95 (incl. forsendelse og brochure om ABA-behandling)
http://www.recoveredautism.com/buy/

Recovered - Journeys Through the Autism Spectrum and Back documents four children who have recovered from the Autism Spectrum. Each child received services from the Center for Autism and Related Disorders Inc. (CARD), including assessments, supervision, parent/teacher training and one-on-one behavioral therapy. The film presents documentation of therapy sessions along with interviews of the children who are now teenagers, their parents, therapists and the founder/executive director of CARD. Their combined stories illuminate both their struggles and triumphs while providing hope to families of newly diagnosed children that recovery is indeed possible. The film also includes DVD Extras designed to educate families who are navigating the world of autism and autism treatment.


Behavioral treatment of autistic children (DVD). Huntington Station, NY: Focus International, Inc. By Lovaas, O. I., Aller, R., 1988.
Pris: US$ 29.95
http://store.behavior.org/proddetail.cfm?CFID=1716419&CFTOKEN=38254476&ItemID=46&CategoryID=2

Award-winning film of O. Ivar Lovaas's then 25 years of research at UCLA. Describes controlled experimental, longitudinal investigation and introduces treatment concepts. Shows treated children before and after. Following this experimental investigation, nine out of nineteen formerly autistic children were indistinguishable from typically developing adolescents. The other ten showed substantial improvements. This video does not teach treatment techniques.


Operation Communication (CD-ROM / PC only), Sharon Sexton-Braun,
New York, NY: AutimEdu 2006
Pris: $29.99 plus forsendelse
http://www.autismedu.com/store.html

Created by a parent/professional of a child with Autism, this CD-ROM focuses on strategies which facilitate functional, purposeful communication in the natural environment. The author explains in a presentation format how to shape and increase a child’s communication using commonplace, everyday situations. The principles of Applied Behavior Analysis are the basis of her strategies. The interactive software incorporates visuals and text to solidify the concepts that are being explained. Some of the topics covered include: prompting, requesting, words that mean the same thing, generalizing concepts, and using abstract words. This is an excellent source of information for parents, grandparents, professionals, and paraprofessionals alike.


Treating Autism, Simons, Laurie. Seattle, WA: Educational Videos Plus
FEAT of Washington, 199? Video. 18 min.
Pris: US$ 29.95 incl. forsendelse
http://www.featwa.org/treatautism.htm

We used to think of autism as a rare disorder. Now we know it affects one in five hundred people. Children with autism seem isolated. They have difficulty relating to others. They often fail to pick up on non-verbal cues like pointing. They may not make sense of what is said to them. Autism is a treatable disorder. If it is identified early in the preschool years and children are given intensive behavioral intervention many respond very dramatically. They show increases in their cognitive ability, they learn to develop peer relationships and they can go on to participate in regular classroom settings. In this eighteen minute video you will find out how Applied Behavior Analysis can help children with autism.


Tidlig og intensiv innsats – en innføring på CD-ROM. TIPO, Oslo kommune, Gløersen Software, Oslo (cd-rom).
Pris: ca. 400 NOK
http://www.tipo.no/

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Skolaktuen : Barn med autism. Utbildningsradion. Stockholm: Sveriges Utbildningsradio AB, 2001. 30 min. (video)
AV-nummer 11123/tv20
Pris: 250 SEK plus forsendelse
http://www.ur.se/ur/frameset.html?sida=kontakta_oss

På Vasaborgsskolan i Danderyd tränas elever med autism enligt Lövåspedagogiken. Det är en beteendeterapi som bygger på tidlig, intensiv träning, där varje elev har en egen tränare, som också står i näre kontakt med elevens familj. Målet är att lära barnen leva och fungera i det öppna samhället.


Discrete Trial Teaching, The New York Families for Autistic Children, New York, 2000, 50 min. (video).
Code : DRV005
Pris: 59.95 USD (+ porto)
www.difflearn.com

This video provides comprehensive information on the ins and outs of an ABA Discrete Trial Teaching program and how it's used teach children with autism. It covers many topics such as: What is Discrete Trial Teaching, reinforcers, learning readiness skills, prompting, teaching a new skill, receptive and expressive programs, generalization, data collection and much more. Through easy to understand lectures, followed by actual examples of teachers working with children, this video is a must see for parents, teachers and professionals beginning a discrete trial teaching program.


Improving Play Skills, The New York Families for Autistic Children, New York, 2002 (video).
Code : DRV095
Pris: 59.95 USD (+ porto)
www.difflearn.com

From the people who brought you the Discrete Trial Teaching video, here is their new, much anticipated video on playskills. An excellent resource for both parents and professionals, there are six different stages of play that are covered through lectures, examples and re-caps: Object Manipulation and Isolated play, Parallel Play, Cooperative Play, Turn Taking, Group Games and Pretend Play. Basic Target Skills, Intermediate Skills, Advanced Target Skills, Task Analysis, Scripts, Schedules, Prompting, Reinforcing and Video Modeling are also addressed along with a number of other relevant topics. The video features numerous clips of children at play and features appearances by numerous professionals in the field of autism, including Dr. Andrew Vaughn. This is an excellent starting point for parents and professionals who are ready to incorporate playskills into a child’s intervention program.

FEAT News skrev ganske fornuftigt om denne og den foregående video:

»This video, and its DTT predecessor, is not comprehensive stand-alone do-it-yourself training films. From neither of these tapes alone will anyone learn "Improving Play Skills" or "Discrete Trial Teaching." These are complementary training aides that only make sense when used within an overall, supervised behavioral program. But as training aides, they are must-haves for parents or tutors doing ABA programs.

"Improving Play Skills" simply lays out the components of a generic behavioral program for both play skills and some social skills that are faded into play. For the student it provides yet another set of clear models for executing the components of play and chaining them together, visual tasks analysis for the trainers for teaching play skills, if you will. Like the DTT tape], this is also an excellent refresher course for the advanced, as well.« (FEAT News, 22.3.2002)


Teaching Independence and Choice: How to Use Photographic and Written Activity Schedules in Autism Intervention,
Princeton Child Development Institute, 1997, 2 timer, 45 min. (video)
Pris: US$ 120
http://www.pcdi.org/resources/videos.asp

Videotapes made in PCDI’s preschool, school, and group homes, and in children’s own homes, demonstrate the use of the teaching procedures, show curriculum materials, and illustrate error-correction and prompt-fading procedures. How to Use Photographic and Written Activity Schedules in Autism Intervention provides detailed information about:

- how to teach first activity schedules
- how to include social interaction tasks in schedules
- how to teach choice making
- how to fade prompts
- how to use schedules at home to enhance participation in family life
- how to help children progress from pictorial to written schedules
- how to use schedules to build time-management skills
- how to troubleshoot instructional procedures to ensure skill acquisition


Autism Academy: Eden II Programs, 200? (cd-rom).
Pris: US$ 98.00
http://www.difflearn.com/product/Autism_Academy_CD-Rom/instructional_videos_for_parents_teachers

The Autism Academy's Behavioral Programming for Children with Autism provides an immersive learning environment for teachers, aides, tutors, and parents to learn ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis). There are six virtual classrooms and each begins with an animated lecture, replete with audio, graphics, and video clips. During these engaging presentations, the user has the ability to control the lecture by pausing, going backward and forward, allowing the user to learn at their own pace. All lectures are followed by an interactive Lessons Section. Here, the user is presented with verbal questions, or video clips of actual classroom settings and the user must decide if the procedure is correct or not. The program will alert the user accordingly, and when necessary, it will explain why these procedures work or do not work. Packed with over 70 live instructional video clips, animations, a glossary of terms on autism, a Forms Section, various data and work sheets, which can all be printed out and used in the classroom, you will have everything you need to acquire a comprehensive foundation in ABA. This program is ideal for both staff training and home use.


An Introduction to PECS Pyramid Educational Consultants (DVD/ video)
Pris: UK£ 25
http://www.pecs.org.uk/shop/asp/prodtype.asp?prodtype=8

An overview of the potential benefits of the PECS method. It vividly portrays examples of each training phrase in school, home and community environments and with a variety of communication partners. Winner of Media Excellence Award 2000, awarded by the Autism Society of America.


Teaching Verbal Behavior Video Behavior Analysts, 50 min. (video)
Pris: US$ 49.95
http://www.difflearn.com/product/Teaching_Verbal_Behavior/instructional_videos_for_parents_teachers

This video follows the first ten months of intensive language intervention conducted by the mother of Dani, a young girl diagnosed with autism. Dr. Partington reviews the process for the identification of initial skills to be taught and presents an analysis of effective teaching strategies. The video additionally describes the progression of a language based curriculum that focuses on the development of specific expressive language skills and other basic learning skills.


Teaching Verbal Behavior: Getting Started DVD Intensive Teaching Environment EO Inc., 60 min. (DVD)
Pris: US$ 89.00
https://www.establishingoperationsinc.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1&zenid=6d8562a47088e8ac770aca850a9ab7d3

This DVD allows you to have your own personal verbal behavior consultant "on demand" to train your team or staff, refresh your memory or just to sharpen your skills. Have you ever wished your child would willingly come running to the table setting for teaching? Have you ever struggled to maintain your child’s motivation to stay engaged throughout a full teaching session? Do you have a willing learner but wonder where to go next and how to actually teach them? Then "Getting Started" is the DVD for you. This DVD explains, in detail, how to establish instructional control with even the most difficult of learners and how to arrange the teaching environment so that your child ENJOYS teaching. This DVD describes literature based teaching variables that assist in achieving the optimal learning environment and then illustrates literature based teaching procedures and effective error correction methods. You will learn effective teaching strategies and watch a teaching demonstration.


Teaching the Tact (Expressive Label) EO Inc., 120 min. (DVD)
Pris: US$ 89.00
https://www.establishingoperationsinc.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1&zenid=6d8562a47088e8ac770aca850a9ab7d3

This DVD allows you to have your own personal verbal behavior consultant "on demand" to train your team or staff, refresh your memory or just to sharpen your skills. "Teaching the Tact" explains and demonstrates why and how you will teach each tacting objective that is essential to building your child’s language repertoire. Just a few of the tacts you’ll learn to teach include tacting common objects and pictures, tacting actions, emotions, prepositions, adjectives, pronouns and much much more. Behavior analysts Holly Kibbe and Cherish Twigg explain and define each type of tact and show you at least three different teaching procedures you can apply to ensure your child learns as quickly and efficiently as possible. Whether your child is an early or advanced learner or falls somewhere in between, this DVD is for you!


Teaching Verbal Behavior in the Natural Environment: Teaching Vocal Manding EO Inc., > 60 min. (DVD)
Pris: US$ 89.00
https://www.establishingoperationsinc.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1&zenid=6d8562a47088e8ac770aca850a9ab7d3

Teaching Vocal Manding explains how to teach your child to request items beginning with many prompts and then how to fade your prompts systematically so that your child can learn to ask for things independently and spontaneously. Creators and behavior analysts Holly Kibbe and Cherish Twigg explicitly define each type of mand and clearly demonstrate how to teach them. In addition, video examples of actual children learning each type of mand are shown. You will learn what is and what is not natural environment teaching as well as how to teach the mands in the natural environment. It also provides important guidelines to teaching the mand, prompt fading strategies, strategies for problem solving and how to make manding easy and fun for your child.


Teaching Verbal Behavior in the NET: Teaching Manding Using Sign EO Inc., > 60 min. (DVD)
Pris: US$ 89.00
https://www.establishingoperationsinc.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1&zenid=6d8562a47088e8ac770aca850a9ab7d3

Teaching Manding Using Sign Language explains how to teach your child to request items beginning with many prompts and then how to fade your prompts systematically so that your child can learn to ask for things independently and spontaneously using sign. This DVD is specifically created to help parents and professionals teach non-vocal children how to use sign language to ask for things that they want. Creators and behavior analysts Holly Kibbe and Cherish Twigg explicitly define each type of mand and clearly demonstrate how to teach them. In addition, video examples of actual children learning each type of mand are shown. You will learn what is and what is not natural environment teaching as well as how to teach the mands in the natural environment. It also provides important guidelines to teaching the mand, prompt fading strategies, strategies for problem solving and how to make manding easy and fun for your child.


Embracing play: teaching your child with autism (DVD). Emeryville, CA: Behavioral Intervention Association. 47 min.
Pris: US$ 34.95
http://www.woodbinehouse.com/main.asp_Q_product_id_E_0-9727080-1-4_A_.asp

As parents of a newly-diagnosed child with autism you may be struggling to find ways to successfully interact with your child. The anxiety produced from receiving this news can be overwhelming. Embracing Play teaches you how you can begin immediately to keep your child engaged through what comes naturally to most children, play. Behavioral Intervention Association has worked with hundreds of children and their families and together we have seen that young children relate to others through sharing of experiences around objects.

In this video, parents discuss the importance of play in reaching their child with autism and the rewards that follow. Professionals and parents demonstrate strategies for creating the structure necessary to foster your child's play skills. Teaching your child how to explore and enjoy objects in his/her environment, through "Object Focused Play," sets the foundation for your child's communication and social development.


Passport to friendship : facilitating peer play for children with ASD (DVD).
Baldi, H., & Detmers, D. (2006). Behavioral Intervention Association
Pris: US$ 34,95
http://www.woodbinehouse.com/main.asp_Q_product_id_E_0972708022_A_.asp

"Learning social skills can be a complex process, especially for a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Passport to Friendship is an engaging DVD that presents a step-by-step approach to helping young children with ASD learn to play with other kids. It is a follow-up to the previous release, Embracing Play (2000). Using clear examples, insights from parents, and expert commentary by Hilary Baldi of the Behavioral Intervention Association, this illuminating film for parents and educators demonstrates how to build structure and predictability into peer play to help a child with ASD improve his interaction skills. Passport to Friendship features several play dates, each with a pair of preschool-aged children (one with ASD), supervised by an adult. These vignettes illustrate the tips and techniques to set up and facilitate positive peer play: Create physical boundaries for the play area Limit choices of toys and activities Incorporate visual supports (e.g., choiceboard, turn-taking indicator, etc.) Choose familiar activities Include the playmate's activity preferences Provide a balance of activities (sensory motor, turn-taking, construction play, pretend play) Review the play date routine (choices, house rules, incentives) Once a child is able to stay in the play space, respond to the peer, and indicate his preferences, parents can begin to reduce their involvement, increase the duration of play dates, and arrange for more play dates with a variety of play partners. The additional resources (text files accessible by computer) list tried-and-true peer play activities with simple instructions--from rough-and-tumble games to creative ideas for construction play--giving parents ample material for creating fun and instructive play opportunities for their child with autism. Public Performance Rights ARE included for this product. "


Functional Analysis: A Guide for Understanding Challenging Behavior (DVD).
Carbondale, IL: Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. (2005).
Pris: US$ 75.00
http://www.siu.edu/~rehabbat/Autism/dvd/dvd.html

"Functional Analysis: A Guide for Understanding Challenging Behavior" is designed to offer assistance in using functional assessment techniques to determine why challenging behaviors occur. This DVD presents a general overview of functional assessment techniques and highlights the four most common environmental functions of challenging behavior. Specific focus is placed on the experimental analysis of challenging behavior, a method for scientifically verifying hypotheses about behavioral function. A step-by-step guide for conducting an experimental analysis is provided, including detailed descriptions and video segments of each experimental condition. This instructional DVD is a must-have component to any training program or professional course aimed at teaching functional assessment skills.


Smiley Saurus Goes to the Doctor - Medical Exam Priming (DVD).
Carbondale, IL: Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, southern Illinois University Carbondale (2006)
Pris: US$ 50.00 plus forsendelse
http://www.siu.edu/~rehabbat/Autism/dvd/smiley.html

"Smiley Saurus Goes to the Doctor" is a priming video designed to show children with autism some of the routines for visiting medical practitioners. This DVD presents a typically developing child undergoing a basic physical examination. Viewers will see the model exhibit skills for a successful examination, such as:

• Waiting in the waiting room
• Walking to the examination room
• Sitting on the examination table
• Tolerating the stethoscope applied to the body
• Tolerating manual examination of the body
• Tolerating the otoscope for examining the ears, nose, and throat

A dinosaur puppet narrates the video and presents potentially aversive medical stimuli (e.g., stethoscope, otoscope) in a fun way that appeals to children. This priming DVD is a must-have component to any program aimed at teaching children with autism to tolerate physical exams.


Identifying Preferences & Creating the Motivation to Learn for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (DVD).
Carbondale, IL: Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, southern Illinois University Carbondale. (2996)
Pris: US$ 75.00 plus forsendelse
http://www.siu.edu/~rehabbat/Autism/dvd/identifydvd.html

"Identifying Preferences and Creating Motivation to Learn for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders" is designed to offer assistance in how to teach children with autism more effectively and prevent challenging behavior. This DVD explains the importance of designing instruction to incorporate stimuli that children prefer to increase their motivation to respond appropriately. Four methods to assess childrenÕs preferences are explained and demonstrated with children with autism. Data from the assessments are interpreted. The preference assessment methods demonstrated are:
• Single stimulus preference assessment
• Paired stimulus preference assessment
• Multiple stimulus preference assessment
• Free operant preference assessment

The DVD explains how to incorporate assessed preferences in instruction, provide choice opportunities during instruction, and use preferred stimuli as response consequences. The DVD also demonstrates the differences in childrenÕs performance when preferred versus nonpreferred stimuli are used as response consequences. This DVD would be informative to parents, teachers, and other professionals and paraprofessionals who are engaged in teaching children with autism spectrum disorders.


Increasing Dental Compliance for Children with Autism: A Desensitization Package (DVD). Carbondale, IL: Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, southern Illinois University Carbondale. (2006)
Pris: US$ 125.00 (2 DVDs + manual)
http://www.siu.edu/~rehabbat/Autism/dvd/dentaldvd.html

"Increasing Dental Compliance for Children with Autism: A Desensitization Package" is designed to complement the related training manual. This DVD will show parents and professionals how to use a multi-component desensitization package for training children with autism to tolerate a dental examination. The DVD provides an explanation of each component of the treatment package, as well as real-life examples of how to use desensitization effectively. The DVD contains actual footage of an unsuccessful pretest dental examination, a clinician implementing treatment, and a posttest that illustrates the child's successful compliance to the examination. After watching this video, viewers should have a greater understanding of how to implement the following techniques to increase compliance to dental work for children autism:
• Desensitization
• Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior
• Escape Extinction
• Video Priming

This DVD is a valuable instructional tool for anyone interested in teaching children with autism to tolerate potentially fearful dental procedures.

 

Redaktionen / 05.10.2009