Family HOPE Program Guide

Family HOPE Program Guide : Positive Behavior Support for Families of Children with Challenging Behavior

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Based on the principles of positive behavior support (PBS), the Family HOPE program (happiness-optimism-promise-excellence) offers support and encouragement for families of children with behavioral issues. The principles outlined are especially useful when a child's behavior is disability related but are universal and helpful in reducing stress and improving the quality of life in any family.

Gives helping professionals background on family stress, the challenges and role of siblings in behavior change, and PBS. It also includes weekly home visit agendas for working with families individually and step-by-step instructions for teaching Family HOPE principles in parent groups. Reproducible forms are included in the text and on the accompanying CD.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 216 x 279mm
  • IL, United States
  • English
  • CD
  • 0878226109
  • 9780878226108
  • 1,744,705

About Lynn K. Wilder

Dr Lynn K. Wilder, Ed.D., is an associate professor in the College of Education at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, USA. She has published more than 50 scholarly articles and books. Her area of research and expertise is the behavior of children and youth with emotional/behavioral disorders and the culturally laden behavior of minority students that is sometimes misunderstood as disability. She has taught special education students in the public schools and worked with school dropouts. Lynn supervises university students who work with parents of children with challenging behavior. Married 36 years, she has four adult children and six grandchildren.

Karolyn King-Peery, M.A., began her career as a general education teacher 30 years ago. After the birth of her son with disabilities, she became a parent support coordinator for an early childhood organization and a Title I district area specialist, providing workshops for parents raising children with various disabilities. Karolyn completed her master's degree and began working with positive behavior support (PBS) at Brigham Young University more than nine years ago, with Dr. Wilder as mentor and thesis chair. Karolyn has taught special education in the classroom and worked as a part-time faculty member at BYU, teaching courses in PBS. She runs 10-week Family HOPE workshops for parents and graduate students with the support of Dr. Tina T. Dyches and Utah's Nebo School District, USA.
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