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Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Families
Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Families: A Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support for Home and Community Authors: Glen Dunlap Ph.D., Lise K. Fox Ph.D., Janice K Lee M.Ed., BCBA, Phillip S. Strain Ph.D.,…
12 Ways to Support Families of Students with Disabilities
It’s important to form powerful partnerships with all families, but this blog post focuses on building a supportive relationship with families of children with disabilities. These 12 practical suggestions will…
Your First Phone Call and Visit Can Make the Difference with Multi-Risk Families
To work effectively with families facing multiple challenges, you may need to adapt your intervention approach to make it easier for them to receive services. As Sarah Landy and Rosanne…
Follow-up with families
Learn about the developmental screening process used by the Office of Early Learning in Florida. The presentation highlights discussing results with families and determining the type of follow-up needed. Presented…
Sharing screening results with families
It’s important to always share ASQ-3 results—parents will be interested in learning about their child’s development. Use this practical tip sheet to help you discuss ASQ-3 results with families.
Families in the 21st Century
This chapter explores the diverse structures of the modern American family. Discussion questions and a list of suggested web sites are provided.
Methods for Collaborating with Families of Children with Special Needs
In this excerpt, school personnel will learn some key approaches and methods to use while working in collaboration with families with children with severe and multiple disabilities.
How to work with families
Read this chapter excerpt for guidance with supporting families through the Prevent-Teach-Reinforce process, insight into universal parenting practices, and supports for designing individualized intervention for challenging behavior within the family context.
Challenges Faced by Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Families and Youth with Disabilities During the Transition Years
Lack of cultural understanding, lack of respect, and lack of acknowledgment of their hopes and dreams are a few of the major obstacles that this demographic and their families are…
Self-Evaluation Checklist: Initiating the PTR-F Process
Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Families (PTR-F) is a model for helping families to resolve their children’s serious challenging behaviors in home and community settings. Initiating the PTR-F model involves building a collaborative…