"Zager's edited volume is essentially a handbook, and it accurately portrays the best identification, education, and treatment available today...this volume is an excellent resource and, one could argue, the best of its kind in the field today....The book faithfully describes contemporary practice with intervention and education and demonstrates clearly that early behavioral intervention is effective for children with autism."
About the Author
Dianne Zager is a nationally recognized leader in the field of autism. Her extensive publications include research papers, chapters, and books in the area of autism and developmental disabilities. She was a founding co-editor of the journal Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, where she continues to serve on the Editorial Review Board. She has also been the editor of the Forum Journal and the NERA Researcher. She is currently serving as Coordinator of the Special Education Teacher Preparation program at Pace University's, Manhattan campus.