Volume XII – Number 1
- Identify Development, Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities, and Person-First Language – Daniel J. Baker, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Randolph Wolf Shipon, Psychological Services ; North Jersey Developmental CenterUsing Video Modeling to Teach Teenagers with Autism to Request Assistance During Vocational Tasks – Alyssa SooHoo; The College of New Jersey
Volume XII – Number 2
- Practical Training Strategies for Direct Care Professionals Who Provide Treatment for Individuals with Dual Diagnosis in a Residential Setting – Kimberlee Reidel, MS BCBA, Dual Diagnosis Center Programs, Devereux Florida Treatment NetworkThe Potential Use and Misuse of Natural Consequences: What Makes Us Really Sit Up and Take Notice? – John Armstrong, Human Services Consultant/Practitioner, Senior Trainer in Social Role Valorization
The Toxic Assault on Our Children – Philip and Alice Shabecoff
Volume XII – Number 3
- Working with Families: Essential Skills Every Professional and Manager Should Know! – J. Dale Munro, MSW, RSW, FAAIDD,Regional Support AssociatesCaring for Carly: Seeking Compassion and Connection in Contemporary American Culture – Maggie Buckley, Ph.D., Founder, Transforming Care
“This Test, That Test”: Family Experience of the Diagnostic Process – Shelley L. Watson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Laurentian University
Volume XII – Number 4
- Parental Burden Among Families with Children Having Disabilities: The Role of ADHD and Mental Health Disorders – Julie L. Ramisch, M.S., Thomas Pavkov, Ph.D., Sesen Negash, M.S., & Joseph Wetchler, Ph.D.,Purdue University CalumetSoft Power and the Elimination of Restraints – Karyn Harvey, Ph.D., Emerge, Inc.
Volume XII – Number 5
- Pilot Study of a Grief Group Intervention for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Process and Outcomes – Shannon L. Hill, Carly Gardner, and Corinn N. Johnson, The Baddour CenterThe Use of Peer Mentors to Facilitate the Inclusion of Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Post-Secondary Education – Rick Blumberg, Ph.D. & Rebecca Daley, M.S, The College of New Jersey
Wireless Health Issues for Children and Young People With Learning Disabilities and Special Health Needs – By Cindy Sage, M.A., Sage Associates, Research Fellow, School of Health and Medical Sciences, Orebro University Hospital, Orebro, Sweden, Co-Editor, BioInitiative Report
Volume XII – Number 6
- Report on an Intensive Needs Day Program for Adults – R.D. Dickson, M.A. and Suzanne LeSure, Ph.D., Medina County Board of Developmental DisabilitiesNeurotoxic Chemicals in the Body: The LDDI/Coming Clean Biomonitoring Project – Edward Seliger, MA, NADD Environmental Health Project Coordinator
Re-Thinking Respite – John Armstrong & Lynda Shevellar
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Alyse Kerr, MS, NCC, LPC, NADD-CC
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