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The purpose of the present study was to determine whether adult-directed play increases handicapped preschoolers' functional use of toys and whether an increase in functional use of toys affects social interactions with other classmates. A multiple baseline-reversal design across subjects was...
This paper focuses on a description of an approach to individualize group instruction and an evaluation of preacademic/academic program effects for normally developing and autistic-like children, Essential features of the individualized group instruction procedure include: individualized...
This article describes and summarizes an exploratory study on the topic of fathers' participation in early childhood special education programs. The purpose of the study was to explore factors and issues that may influence the participation of fathers. Telephone interviews were conducted with...
While the exact roles of parents during assessment procedures with young handicapped children have been debated in the literature, few attempts have been made to examine the influence of specific descriptors on parental-professional congruency scores. This article examines the relationships...
The purpose of this article is to examine the needs of fathers of handicapped infants and preschoolers, It summarizes the importance of parent involvement, but notes that parent involvement has frequently meant "mother" involvement. A statewide sample of fathers was surveyed in Colorado...
A widely used preschool screening test, DIAL (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning) was revised and restandardized on a national sample of 2,447 children. The age range was extended to include four chronological years (2-0 to 6-0) and the format was modified by combining gross...
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