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Archive for October 2020

Using High-Probability Requests to Gain Compliance for Non-Preferred Activities

As parents, instructors and service providers, we have all faced instances of working with someone who is engaging in undesired/non-compliant behavior and despite how much we push, the individual does not follow through with the task demand. One approach to address this pattern of behavior it to use a high-probability request sequence. A high-probability (high-p)…

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Four Functions of Behavior

Behavior is maintained by the consequence immediately following the behavior. A consequence, in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), is as simple as what happens immediately after a behavior. In ABA, a consequence is not a “good or bad thing” – just what happens immediately after the behavior. The behavior, whatever it may be, can be influenced…

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Types of Play Skills

Play skills are an integral and important part of the social development of children with autism. Each child is unique in how s/he learns to play with toys, activities, and peers. Equally unique are the challenges that may arise when teaching a child with autism how to play. Sometimes it may be difficult to find…

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