This behaviorally-oriented rehabilitation manual provides a down-to-earth, easy to implement model that is designed to teach, strengthen, and evaluate desired skills in human service interactions.
The Helping Exchange is based on the following principles...
Positive- defines and invites positive interactions.
Early- stresses importance of interacting early by providing help or problem solving and not waiting until a risky situation develops.
All- shows how to use all components with all people in all settings all of the time.
Reinforce- shows how to interact in ways that acknowledge more independent behavior and encourage future use of the behavior.
Look- identifies opportunities to teach and encourages greater participation in the community.
Examples illustrate how to apply the P.E.A.R.L. to clients with behavioral, emotional and cognitive disorders. A score sheet provides a rating scale to observe interactions and rate performance.
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|Pages||48 pages, 7 x 8½, softcover|