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(p. 145) Evaluating and Improving Intervention Integrity 

(p. 145) Evaluating and Improving Intervention Integrity
(p. 145) Evaluating and Improving Intervention Integrity

Florence D. DiGennaro Reed

and Derek D. Reed

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date: 01 October 2020

A diverse literature on empirically-supported ASD interventions is available to guide the decision-making and treatment practices of interventionists and caregivers. As a result, many children have benefitted from treatment. Unfortunately, a subset of children fails to respond to intervention. In many cases, though not all, poor intervention integrity may be responsible for this outcome. The purpose of this chapter is to define intervention integrity, describe its relevance to ASD education and intervention, and summarize the varied ways intervention integrity may be assessed and improved. We conclude the chapter by offering practice recommendations.

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