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Using Visual and Behavioral Cues in the Home DVD
Using Visual and Behavioral Cues in the Home DVD
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Resource #: UVBD689W
Type: DVD
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Program Contents: 110 minutes

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Copyright Date: 2002

TEACHING FUNCTIONAL LIFE SKILLS TO YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AND OTHER SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

Learn to teach verbal and non-verbal learners basic life skills and prevent disruptive behaviors through proven practical strategies that can be used in the home, educational settings and in the community.

Viewers will learn methods to enhance two-way communication and behavioral strategies focusing on prevention and positive reinforcement. Topics addressed include: choice making, activity schedules, chores, personal hygiene, community outings and more.

Behavior Specialist, Robin Allen, Ph.D., shares many samples of visual materials, demonstrates how they can be made, and shows real-life video examples of families, therapists and children using them. This DVD workshop can easily be applied to individuals of all ages in a wide range of settings and is an excellent vehicle for in-service or parent trainings.

Chapters on the DVD include:
• Introduction
• Basic Assumptions
• Schedules and Routines
• Choice Boards
• Self Help Skills
• Chores and Responsibilities
• Setting Expectations
• Community Visual Cues
• Materials Development
• Environmental Modifications
• Resources




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