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    U.S. Spanish Translation of Intellectual Disability: ...

    epub
    This is a mobile version of the U.S. Spanish translation of Intellectual Disability, 12th Edition. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
    See our E Reader Tips for successful downloading.
    Year : 2021
    Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Mark J. Tassé

      $88.00

    • Spanish ID 12th Ed Cover

      U.S. Spanish Translation of Intellectual Disability: ...

      This translation of the 12th Edition is in Spanish as it is generally spoken in the United States.

      The AAIDD definition manual leads the field in understanding, diagnosing, and classifying the construct of intellectual disability (ID). The 12th edition integrates the findings and developments of the last 10 years and presents the operational definition in a systematic approach to diagnosis, optional subgroup classification, and planning of systems of supports for people with ID. In addition, the 12th edition examines the construct of age of onset in light of the developments of the last 10 years and changes that criterion in a way that will be critically important for professionals in the field. The material in the 12th edition is presented in a user-friendly fashion and includes advance organizers for each chapter to facilitate easy access and understanding.
      Year : 2021
      Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Mark J. Tassé

        $88.00

      • Spanish ID 12th Ed Cover

        U.S. Spanish Translation of Intellectual Disability: ...

        epub
        This is an eBook version of the U.S. Spanish translation of Intellectual Disability, 12th Edition. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
        See our E Reader Tips for successful downloading.
        Year : 2021
        Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Mark J. Tassé

          $88.00

        • ID 12th edition front cover

          Intellectual Disability: Definition, Diagnosis, Class...

          epub
          This is a mobile version of Intellectual Disability, 12th Edition. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
          See our E Reader Tips for successful downloading.
          Year : 2021
          Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Marc J. Tassé

            $75.00

          • ID 12th edition front cover

            Intellectual Disability: Definition, Diagnosis, Class...

            epub
            This is an eBook version of Intellectual Disability, 12th Edition. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
            See our E Reader Tips for successful downloading.
            Year : 2021
            Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Marc J. Tassé

              $75.00

            • ID 12th edition front cover

              Intellectual Disability: Definition, Diagnosis, Class...

              The 12th edition of Intellectual Disability: Definition, Diagnosis, Classification, and Systems of Supports is now available for purchase. 

              The AAIDD definition manual leads the field in understanding, diagnosing, and classifying the construct of intellectual disability (ID). The 12th edition integrates the findings and developments of the last 10 years and presents the operational definition in a systematic approach to diagnosis, optional subgroup classification, and planning of systems of supports for people with ID. In addition, the 12th edition examines the construct of age of onset in light of the developments of the last 10 years and changes that criterion in a way that will be critically important for professionals in the field. The material in the 12th edition is presented in a user-friendly fashion and includes advance organizers for each chapter to facilitate easy access and understanding.

              Subject Index available for download
              Year : 2021
              Author : Robert L. Schalock, Ruth Luckasson, and Marc J. Tassé

                $75.00

              • DABS Interview Form Cover

                Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale - 100 Interview Fo...

                This product consist of 100 copies of the DABS Interview Form. 

                Because the DABS relies on IRT, it cannot be scored by hand, and requires a specially developed computer program for scoring. A complimentary, single-use voucher code for the scoring platform is included with the purchase of each manual.

                AAIDD’s online scoring platform for the DABS provides reports for each assessment scored, there is a nominal fee for each use of the scoring platform ($1 per score). The scoring platform is accessed through single-use code(s) emailed to users immediately following their purchase in the bookstore.

                Purchase a single code ($1)

                Purchase a pack of 10 codes ($10)

                Year : 2017
                Author : Marc J. Tassé, Robert L. Schalock, Giulia Balboni, Henry (Hank) Bersani, Jr., Sharon A. Borthwick-Duffy, Scott Spreat, David Thissen, Keith F. Widaman, and Dalun Zhang

                  $190.00

                • DABS Interview Form Cover

                  Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale - 25 Interview Forms

                  This product is a pack of 25 copies of the DABS Interview Form. 


                  Because the DABS relies on IRT, it cannot be scored by hand, and requires a specially developed computer program for scoring. A complimentary, single-use voucher code for the scoring platform is included with the purchase of each manual.

                  AAIDD’s online scoring platform for the DABS provides reports for each assessment scored, there is a nominal fee for each use of the scoring platform ($1 per score). The scoring platform is accessed through single-use code(s) emailed to users immediately following their purchase in the bookstore.

                  Purchase a single code ($1)

                  Purchase a pack of 10 codes ($10)



                  Year : 2017
                  Author : Marc J. Tassé, Robert L. Schalock, Giulia Balboni, Henry (Hank) Bersani, Jr., Sharon A. Borthwick-Duffy, Scott Spreat, David Thissen, Keith F. Widaman, and Dalun Zhang

                    $50.00

                  • DABS front cover high-res

                    Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale User's Manual

                    The Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale (DABS) is now available. The DABS is an instrument for assessing the adaptive behavior of people between the ages of 4 and 21 for the purpose of determining whether the person meets the second criterion for a diagnosis of intellectual disability (ID). The second criterion is a significant limitation in adaptive behavior as expressed in conceptual, social, and practical adaptive skills. The DABS is a norm-referenced instrument that uses data obtained from an interview with a respondent who knows the person very well.

                    This product is the user’s manual for the DABS and includes a sample copy of the interview form. Bundle packs of interview forms are also available in the bookstore.

                    The DABS has a number of unique features that support its precision, accuracy, validity, and credibility in making a diagnosis of ID, including:

                    • Measures some aspects of adaptive behavior that are not currently measured by other standardized instruments, including naiveté, gullibility, and technology-based skills.
                    • Designed using item response theory (IRT) and reliably measure individual performance levels across the continuum of adaptive skills and ages.
                    • Provides precise information to assist users in determining significant limitations in adaptive behavior.

                    Because the DABS relies on IRT, it cannot be scored by hand, and requires a specially developed computer program for scoring. A complimentary, single-use voucher code for the scoring platform is included with the purchase of each manual.

                    AAIDD’s online scoring platform for the DABS provides reports for each assessment scored, there is a nominal fee for each use of the scoring platform ($1 per score). The scoring platform is accessed through single-use code(s) emailed to users immediately following their purchase in the bookstore.

                    Purchase a single code ($1)

                    Purchase a pack of 10 codes ($10)

                    Year : 2017
                    Author : Marc J. Tassé, Robert L. Schalock, Giulia Balboni, Henry (Hank) Bersani, Jr., Sharon A. Borthwick-Duffy, Scott Spreat, David Thissen, Keith F. Widaman, and Dalun Zhang

                      $120.00

                    • DABS front cover high-res

                      Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale User's Manual & 25...

                      This product bundle is one copy of the DABS User's Manual and a pack of 25 DABS interview forms. 

                      The Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale™
                      (DABS) is now available. The DABS is an instrument for assessing the adaptive behavior of people between the ages of 4 and 21 for the purpose of determining whether the person meets the second criterion for a diagnosis of intellectual disability (ID). The second criterion is a significant limitation in adaptive behavior as expressed in conceptual, social, and practical adaptive skills. The DABS is a norm-referenced instrument that uses data obtained from an interview with a respondent who knows the person very well.

                      The DABS has a number of unique features that support its precision, accuracy, validity, and credibility in making a diagnosis of ID, including:

                      • Measures some aspects of adaptive behavior that are not currently measured by other standardized instruments, including naiveté, gullibility, and technology-based skills.
                      • Designed using item response theory (IRT) and reliably measure individual performance levels across the continuum of adaptive skills and ages.
                      • Provides precise information to assist users in determining significant limitations in adaptive behavior.

                      Because the DABS relies on IRT, it cannot be scored by hand, and requires a specially developed computer program for scoring. A complimentary, single-use voucher code for the scoring platform is included with the purchase of each manual.

                      AAIDD’s online scoring platform for the DABS provides reports for each assessment scored, there is a nominal fee for each use of the scoring platform ($1 per score). The scoring platform is accessed through single-use code(s) emailed to users immediately following their purchase in the bookstore.

                      Purchase a single code ($1)

                      Purchase a pack of 10 codes ($10)

                      Year : 2017
                      Author : Marc J. Tassé, Robert L. Schalock, Giulia Balboni, Henry (Hank) Bersani, Jr., Sharon A. Borthwick-Duffy, Scott Spreat, David Thissen, Keith F. Widaman, and Dalun Zhang

                        $155.00

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                        Lives and Legacies of People With Intellectual Disabi...

                        epubThis is an eBook version of Lives and Legacies of People With Intellectual Disability. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
                        See our E Reader Tips for successful downloading.
                        Year : 2020
                        Author : Kenneth D. Keith and Heather E. Keith

                          $29.99

                        • Lives and Legacies cover

                          Lives and Legacies of People With Intellectual Disabi...

                          This unique book constructs a new way to view the cultural contributions of the lives of people with ID. The legacy of people with ID is as meaningful and important as any other, and this idea is explored through individual stories set within the social and cultural construction of the idea of disability. The book is intended to be instrumental in moving toward a new moral community. A wide range of relevant literature is reviewed, to consider quality of life and the history of treatment of people with ID. The importance of social context in defining ID is stressed, as is the role of supports in ensuring participation of people with ID in the meaningful activity of everyday life.

                          You may purchase the e-book version of Lives and Legacies of People with Intellectual Disability by clicking here.

                          Year : 2020
                          Author : Kenneth D. Keith and Heather E. Keith

                            $29.99

                          • Publication1

                            Community Living and Participation for People With In...

                            epubThis is a mobile version of Community Living and Participation for People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. See the book description and/or purchase a print edition by clicking here.
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                            Year : 2019
                            Author : Amy S. Hewitt and Kelly M. Nye-Lengerman, Editors

                              $52.00

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                              Community Living and Participation for People With In...

                              Community Living and Participation for People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is an exploration of how to create the ideal conditions to facilitate community living and participation for people with IDD. The book addresses the complex and ever-evolving dimensions related to both the place of community and the feeling of community, including living arrangements, work, other daytime activities, financial resources, relationships, personal interests, health and well-being, faith, opportunities for learning and personal growth, self-determination and informed decision making, and rights and responsibilities as a citizen. The following topics are addressed specifically: using person-centered and positive support practices, housing, employment, social inclusion and relationships, self-determination and self-advocacy, supported decision making, health and wellness, planning for healthy and engaged aging, practices that promote quality outcomes, and the direct support workforce.

                              Each chapter includes advance organizers, discussion questions, and a resource list. The book is ideal as an ancillary textbook at the undergraduate or graduate levels and as a staff development tool.

                              Year : 2019
                              Author : Amy S. Hewitt and Kelly M. Nye-Lengerman, Editors

                                $52.00