Detailed description of and rationale for setting up structured work systems for individuals with autism spectrum and related disabilities as a means of fostering independence, skill mastery, reduction of behavioral outbursts, etc.
Author: Susan Kabot
Detailed description of and rationale for setting up structured work systems for individuals with autism spectrum and related disabilities as a means of fostering independence, skill mastery, reduction of behavioral outbursts, etc.--Publisher.
Author: Mwangi, Susan WaiyegoPublish On: 2019-06-25
Ogot and Ochieng' (1995) point out that the achievement of independence was a blessing in disguise as it presented other problems which extended beyond ...
Author: Mwangi, Susan Waiyego
Publisher: Langaa RPCIG
Category: Political Science
Kenya’s nationalism during the colonial period was marked by two main characteristics that feature in this book. First, the struggle for independence that was mainly characterized by the claim for land that had been taken away by the colonizers. Second was the struggle for autonomy and self-determination, mainly through political resistance. The authors in this book analyse historical trajectories of Kenya's nationalism trends while highlighting the role of political leaders, large as well as small ethnic groups, perennial conflicts, community as well as religious leaders, among others. The discussions demonstrate that quest for a national identity that is inclusive at all levels – whether politically, economically, religiously and ethnically – has marked Kenya's struggle for nationalism, sometimes leading to violence, especially during election periods, national unity through political coalitions and reconciliation, as well as institutional reforms. In conclusion, the authors demonstrate that while Kenya is gradually advancing towards national cohesion, there are still many challenges yet to be surmounted.
BUILDING COMMUNICATION AND INDEPENDENCE FOR CHILDREN ACROSS THE AUTISM SPECTRUM Strategies to Address Minimal Language , Echolalia and Behavior Building ...
Author: Elizabeth Field
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Expert author Elizabeth Ives Field combines over four decades of working in the autism field to provide functional, in-depth teaching strategies for children on the spectrum who struggle with communication. Incorporating descriptions of composite children at different developmental stages, this book sets out individual goals and therapy approaches for children who may have no speech, moderately functional speech or echolalia, as well as for highly verbal individuals who may not always use appropriate language. Covering a wide range of interventions that address communication and the related areas of independence and social behavior, the purpose of each goal is to make progress toward the child's maximum potential. This book sets out skills that are developmentally appropriate and that will be immediately useful to help children express themselves more effectively and build relationships with others.
Dirk Vandewalle supplies a detailed analysis of Libya's political and economic development since the country's independence in 1951, basing his account on fieldwork in Libya, archival research in Tripoli, and personal interviews with some ...
Author: Dirk Vandewalle
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Although Libya and its current leader have been the subject of numerous accounts, few have considered how the country's tumultuous history, its institutional development, and its emergence as an oil economy combined to create a state whose rulers ignored the notion of modern statehood. International isolation and a legacy of internal turmoil have destroyed or left undocumented much of what researchers might seek to examine. Dirk Vandewalle supplies a detailed analysis of Libya's political and economic development since the country's independence in 1951, basing his account on fieldwork in Libya, archival research in Tripoli, and personal interviews with some of the country's top policymakers. Vandewalle argues that Libya represents an extreme example of what he calls a "distributive state," an oil-exporting country where an attempt at state-building coincided with large inflows of capital while political and economic institutions were in their infancy. Libya's rulers eventually pursued policies that were politically expedient but proved economically ruinous, and disenfranchised local citizens. Distributive states, according to Vandewalle, may appear capable of resisting economic and political challenges, but they are ill prepared to implement policies that make the state and its institutions relevant to their citizens. Similar developments can be expected whenever local rulers do not have to extract resources from their citizens to fund the building of a modern state.
In Reader to Reader, you'll discover how peer partnerships can help students take on increased responsibility for their own learning and offer one another the insight, encouragement, and personalized attention they need to develop good ...
Author: Mary Lee Prescott-Griffin
In Reader to Reader, you'll discover how peer partnerships can help students take on increased responsibility for their own learning and offer one another the insight, encouragement, and personalized attention they need to develop good reading skills and habits.
The dominant position in the Colonial Office and Foreign Office was that independence, whether definite or transitory, was not a viable option for the ...
Author: Mélanie Torrent
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Cameroon stands as a remarkable example of nation-building in the aftermath of European domination. Split between the French and British empires after World War I, it experienced a unique drive for self-determination at the turn of the 1960s, culminating in both independence from European power and the re-unification of two of its divided territories. This book investigates the influence of foreign policy on nation-building in West Africa in the context of both the Cold War and European integration. Shedding fresh light on the challenges of bridging the political, economic and linguistic divide that France and Britain had left, Melanie Torrent explores the evolution of a nation, charting both Cameroon's importance in Franco-British relations and Cameroon's use of bilateral and multilateral diplomacy in asserting its independence. This work should be essential reading for students of African studies, International Relations and the post-colonial world.
Would You Like to Know More? Purchase now this book to protect yourself and never be abused again!
Author: Foster Crnkovich
Have you ever wondered if your boyfriend or girlfriend is a narcissist or if you are dating one? Have you ever wondered how to deal with a narcissist when they are your ex? Then keep reading... Being targeted by a narcissist is something that no one wants. Narcissists tend to lie and exaggerate things to make themselves look better and respond aggressively to criticism. In this Narcissistic Abuse Book, you will discover: - The danger signals of narcissists - How to know if you are stuck in their web - The 7 powerful strategies to disarm the narcissist no one has ever told you - The actual reason why being codependent with a narcissist is ruining your life - Simple practices to develop a bulletproof mentality and regain control of your life - How to end this terrible cycle once and for all and regain control of your life - Practical ways to recover the sense of self, survive and prosper in the modern world And much more! Would You Like to Know More? Purchase now this book to protect yourself and never be abused again!
This important work explores the effects of various birth practices and situations—prenatal testing, labor support, testing of newborns, breast feeding, prematurity, and adoption—on the parents' feelings and on the development of later ...
Author: Marshall H. Klaus
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
The mighty bond between parent and child is one of the enduring wonders of psychology. John Kennell and Marshall and Phyllis Klaus bring decades of research, insight, and clinical practice into one book that offers parents, and those who care for them during pregnancy, everything they need to know to enhance this essential relationship. This important work explores the effects of various birth practices and situations—prenatal testing, labor support, testing of newborns, breast feeding, prematurity, and adoption—on the parents' feelings and on the development of later attachment and independence.
Before these two buildings were constructed, members of Congress had to rent their ... Cannon House Office Building: Independence Avenue and 1st Street SE; ...
Author: Randi Minetor
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
These history travel guides provide an introduction discussing the history and preservation of the present-day site and facilities and include a detailed, walking tour interspersed with first-hand accounts about the cemetery and events that have taken place there. A timeline runs through the walking tour giving descriptions of key personalities who conceived, planned and designed the area with brief and colorful biographies. Also included is information that visitors to the site need to know about planning a trip there, including where to stay, eat, and what to see nearby.
A step-by-step guide to cooking with kids ages 18 months to 9 years: Have you noticed that your child wants to do everything you're doing?
Author: Sara E. Cotner
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
A step-by-step guide to cooking with kids ages 18 months to 9 years: Have you noticed that your child wants to do everything you're doing? Even young children are fascinated by the world of adult work. Bring them into the kitchen with you and seize the opportunity to help them develop their independence, confidence, critical thinking, and coordination! This step-by-step guide includes everything you need to get started: an overview of the benefits of cooking with children, the details of making your kitchen kid-friendly, sequenced beginner skills to prepare your young child for cooking, and ten tried-and-true pictorial recipes for your child to follow from easy to more complex with minimal adult support. They'll have fun and learn along the way!