Increasing independent functioning is vital to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with Autism and other Special Needs. Teaching life skills - daily living skills and other adaptive skills - can allow individuals with special needs to achieve higher levels of independence.
Special Learning's Video Modeling Library has been designed to be a resource for parents, educators, ABA practitioners, and other professionals who help individuals with special needs learn new skills. In addition to 70 individual videos to prompt and/or model target skills, it contains a 2-hour training on Video Modeling and Video Prompting as a Treatment Intervention, and an eBook: ABA Overview: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis.
The library includes an extensive list of videos that can be used to help develop a broad array of skills in four main categories: Daily Living/Adaptive Skills, Household Chores, Cooking, and Personal Care and Hygiene. These skills-based videos target specific skills. Each video incorporates a task analysis, whereby each target skill is broken down into discrete steps, and pauses are placed in between each step so that they can be used to prompt the learner.
- Video Modeling and Video Prompting as a Treatment Intervention
- ABA Overview: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis
- Daily Living / Adaptive Skills (21 Videos)
- Daily Living: Household Chores (16 Videos)
- Daily Living: Cooking (17 Videos)
- Daily Living: Personal Care and Hygiene (18 Videos)
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