The final section presents an excellent discussion of pragmatic methods of helping children with autism to learn, such as ABA/DTT (applied behavior analysis and discrete trial teaching) and the TEACCH curriculum (Teaching and Education of Autistic and related Communication handicapped CHildren). Both methods are based on principles of behavior learning theory. Siegel explains these methods in a very accessible fashion while insightfully critiquing their strengths and weaknesses. She also examines several model programs, but, as she emphasizes throughout the book, no single method will work for every child. In the final chapter, "Putting the 'I' Back in IEP: Creating Individualized, Meaningful Life Learning Experiences," this message is reaffirmed, and a very effective conclusion is delivered that synthesizes the previous sections very well.