This training manual is intended to help people who interact with individuals with severe disabilities maximize those individual's opportunities to be successful in their daily activities in integrated community settings, such as school programs and other community environments where constant supervision is not possible.
These training manuals from the Koegel Autism Center at the University of California at Santa Barbara cover a wide range of behavioral strategies, including pivotal response treatment, priming, understanding problem behaviors, self-management, parent-professional collaboration, and toilet training. They have been disseminated to parents and professionals across the country.
Also available in Spanish.
35 pages. 1992