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The Resource Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens : a user's guide to the DIR® model, by Andrea Davis, Ph. D., Lahela Isaacson, M.S., and Michelle Harwell, M.S

Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens : a user's guide to the DIR® model, by Andrea Davis, Ph. D., Lahela Isaacson, M.S., and Michelle Harwell, M.S

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Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens : a user's guide to the DIR® model
Title
Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens
Title remainder
a user's guide to the DIR® model
Statement of responsibility
by Andrea Davis, Ph. D., Lahela Isaacson, M.S., and Michelle Harwell, M.S
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Contributor
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Floortimeâ"¢ is a highly effective intervention approach for children and adolescents with autism and other developmental disorders. Now thereâ€TMs a step-by-step guide for parents to LEARN and professionals to TEACH the DIRFloortime® model of helping young people with social, emotional, and cognitive challenges. This guide takes the research-supported developmental approach to treatment and breaks it down into a curriculum of simple, sequenced strategies you can use right away to support the social and cognitive development of children and teens. Quick instructions and examples for each me
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N$T
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1961-
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Davis, Andrea Lee
Dewey number
306.874
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ759.913
LC item number
.D39 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Isaacson, Lahela
  • Harwell, Michelle
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  • Parents of developmentally disabled children
  • Developmentally disabled children
  • Developmentally disabled children
  • Child psychology
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Child psychology
  • Developmentally disabled children
  • Developmentally disabled children
  • Parents of developmentally disabled children
  • United States
Label
Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens : a user's guide to the DIR® model, by Andrea Davis, Ph. D., Lahela Isaacson, M.S., and Michelle Harwell, M.S
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-190) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Book Title; Contents; About the Authors; Foreword; How to Use This Book; Introduction; Acknowledgments; Core Methods A: Basic Strategies to Promote Social-Emotional and Intellectual Development; A.1. Follow Cues: Provide sensitive interactions by following cues; A.2. Be Responsive: Always respond to all communication; A.3. Build Upward: Meet your child or teen at current developmental capacity; A.4. Use Play: Use play and playfulness as primary means to engage and teach; A.5. Use Natural Interests: Capitalize on natural interests to elicit higher skills
  • A.6. Use Problems: Set up situations that invite child-initiated solutionsA. 7. Pretend Play: Create opportunities to use ideas in symbolic (pretend) play; A.8. Embrace Feelings: Help embrace a wide range of feelings; A.9. Enrich Ideas: Help enrich ideas or stories in play and conversation; A.10. Self-Reflect: Take a reflective stance toward yourself in interactions; Core Methods B: Understanding and Addressing Individual Differences in Processing Profiles; B.1. Child''s Profile: Identify and understand your child's or teen's profile of strengths and weaknesses
  • B.2. Adult''s Profile: Consider your individual differencesB. 3. Adapt Yourself: Adapt your interactive style to your child's or teen's unique profile; B.4. Calm or Energize: Provide motor or sensory inputs as needed to calm or energize; B.5. Home Design: Set up the home environment to accommodate the unique sensory profile; B.6. Sensory Connections: Provide daily sensory-motor relational experiences; B.7. Practice in Play: Provide daily planned play activities to address processing challenges; Capacity 1: Regulation and Attention: Attaining a Calm, Alert, Attentive State
  • 1.1. Support Regulation: Help your child or teen get regulated before expecting more1.2. Notice and Adjust: Notice and adjust your intensity to support an optimal arousal level; 1.3. Calming Choices: Offer choices for help in calming down; 1.4. Lengthen Attention: Attend to and join interests to expand focus and attention; 1.5. Avoid Flooding: Support regulation at early stages of upset to avoid emotional "flooding"; 1.6. Practice Modulation: Practice modulation regularly in fun, playful ways; Capacity 2: Social Engagement: Getting Involved and Connected
  • 2.1. Joint Attention: Develop joint attention2.2. Gaze Tracking: Attend to the pattern of gaze; 2.3. Share Pleasure: Facilitate experiences of mutual joy; 2.4. Mirror Emotions: Mirror your child's affect by matching facial expression, tone of voice, and tempo; 2.5. Emphasize Affect: Exaggerate your expression of affect (feeling); 2.6. Interact: Turn every action into an interaction; 2.7. Advance the Agenda: Promote the child's or teen's agenda; 2.8. Be Necessary: Be the means to an end-be necessary; 2.9. Use Anticipation: Use anticipation to increase the capacity for mutual attention
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886540369
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unknown
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1 online resource (xxiv, 193 pages)
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781598578225
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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illustrations
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)886540369
Label
Floortime strategies to promote development in children and teens : a user's guide to the DIR® model, by Andrea Davis, Ph. D., Lahela Isaacson, M.S., and Michelle Harwell, M.S
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-190) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Book Title; Contents; About the Authors; Foreword; How to Use This Book; Introduction; Acknowledgments; Core Methods A: Basic Strategies to Promote Social-Emotional and Intellectual Development; A.1. Follow Cues: Provide sensitive interactions by following cues; A.2. Be Responsive: Always respond to all communication; A.3. Build Upward: Meet your child or teen at current developmental capacity; A.4. Use Play: Use play and playfulness as primary means to engage and teach; A.5. Use Natural Interests: Capitalize on natural interests to elicit higher skills
  • A.6. Use Problems: Set up situations that invite child-initiated solutionsA. 7. Pretend Play: Create opportunities to use ideas in symbolic (pretend) play; A.8. Embrace Feelings: Help embrace a wide range of feelings; A.9. Enrich Ideas: Help enrich ideas or stories in play and conversation; A.10. Self-Reflect: Take a reflective stance toward yourself in interactions; Core Methods B: Understanding and Addressing Individual Differences in Processing Profiles; B.1. Child''s Profile: Identify and understand your child's or teen's profile of strengths and weaknesses
  • B.2. Adult''s Profile: Consider your individual differencesB. 3. Adapt Yourself: Adapt your interactive style to your child's or teen's unique profile; B.4. Calm or Energize: Provide motor or sensory inputs as needed to calm or energize; B.5. Home Design: Set up the home environment to accommodate the unique sensory profile; B.6. Sensory Connections: Provide daily sensory-motor relational experiences; B.7. Practice in Play: Provide daily planned play activities to address processing challenges; Capacity 1: Regulation and Attention: Attaining a Calm, Alert, Attentive State
  • 1.1. Support Regulation: Help your child or teen get regulated before expecting more1.2. Notice and Adjust: Notice and adjust your intensity to support an optimal arousal level; 1.3. Calming Choices: Offer choices for help in calming down; 1.4. Lengthen Attention: Attend to and join interests to expand focus and attention; 1.5. Avoid Flooding: Support regulation at early stages of upset to avoid emotional "flooding"; 1.6. Practice Modulation: Practice modulation regularly in fun, playful ways; Capacity 2: Social Engagement: Getting Involved and Connected
  • 2.1. Joint Attention: Develop joint attention2.2. Gaze Tracking: Attend to the pattern of gaze; 2.3. Share Pleasure: Facilitate experiences of mutual joy; 2.4. Mirror Emotions: Mirror your child's affect by matching facial expression, tone of voice, and tempo; 2.5. Emphasize Affect: Exaggerate your expression of affect (feeling); 2.6. Interact: Turn every action into an interaction; 2.7. Advance the Agenda: Promote the child's or teen's agenda; 2.8. Be Necessary: Be the means to an end-be necessary; 2.9. Use Anticipation: Use anticipation to increase the capacity for mutual attention
Control code
886540369
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiv, 193 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781598578225
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)886540369

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