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Counseling Exceptional Students, Anthony F. Rotatori, Paul J. Gerber, Freddie W. Litton, Robert A. Fox Mar 2015

Counseling Exceptional Students, Anthony F. Rotatori, Paul J. Gerber, Freddie W. Litton, Robert A. Fox

Robert Fox

This book was designed by its authors to convey the disability-specific information necessary for counseling efforts to support the mainstreamed exceptional child. Successful counseling with exceptional children calls for background on such issues as etiology, definition, prevalence, and characteristics. Moreover, knowledge of counseling problems as viewed by children, their parents, and teachers is necessary to provide balance to the ecological perspectives needed to counsel the "whole child." The authors also have included within the discussion of each chapter successful counseling findings related in the literature. This in no way precludes other approaches or modalities of counseling, but it does provide ...


Behavioral Weight Reduction Program For Mentally Handicapped Persons: A Self-Control Approach, Anthony F. Rotatori, Robert A. Fox Mar 2015

Behavioral Weight Reduction Program For Mentally Handicapped Persons: A Self-Control Approach, Anthony F. Rotatori, Robert A. Fox

Robert Fox

Behavioral Weight Reduction Program for Mentally Handicapped Persons was reviewed for accuracy by a nutritionist and by a physician. Special education teachers and nurses will be able to fully utilize this superb program of nutritional information and structured instructional procedures. Nutritionists will applaud the forms and the ideas introduced in this "one of a kind" program.


Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Stanley, George De Marco, Lloyd Laubach, Corinne Daprano Feb 2015

Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Stanley, George De Marco, Lloyd Laubach, Corinne Daprano

Lloyd L Laubach

This paper describes a University-sponsored community physical education program and the feedback received about it from teachers, children, and the college students who oversaw it. The program, called Fitness, Friendship, and Fun, was staffed by 65 first-year student interns from the University of Dayton; four graduate assistants; and two university professors. It began with 65 male and female elementary students, primarily from the fifth and sixth grades at a nearby elementary school.


Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Wilcox Stanley, George M. De Marco, Lloyd L. Laubach, Corinne M. Daprano Jan 2015

Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Wilcox Stanley, George M. De Marco, Lloyd L. Laubach, Corinne M. Daprano

Corinne M. Daprano

This paper describes a University-sponsored community physical education program and the feedback received about it from teachers, children, and the college students who oversaw it. The program, called Fitness, Friendship, and Fun, was staffed by 65 first-year student interns from the University of Dayton; four graduate assistants; and two university professors. It began with 65 male and female elementary students, primarily from the fifth and sixth grades at a nearby elementary school.


We Want To Play Too, Peter J. Titlebaum, Kate Brennan, Tracy Chynoweth Jan 2015

We Want To Play Too, Peter J. Titlebaum, Kate Brennan, Tracy Chynoweth

Peter J. Titlebaum

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that persons with disabilities be integrated to the maximum extent possible, and that these persons cannot be excluded from participation. Intramural directors need to be proactive in this area. The benefits of intramural sports are vast, and they help many students become part of the college community. Forming an alliance with the Disability Services on campus, the first step, is the most vital aspect of making these programs successful. It is important to remember the difference between what can be done and what must be done. Even with the best of intentions, it ...