Rule Following and Understanding Expectations
Rule Following and Understanding Expectations has to do with complying with rules that may only be communicated once, if at all, and understanding general expectations that accompany different settings. Programming in this area will allow for an individual to be included in less restrictive and more natural environments.
Practical exemplars to demonstrate in phases
Printable ABA tools to be used in lessons
Intensive Toilet Training
This program teaches student to request to use the toilet independently.
Staying at Assigned Places
This program is about a learning to learn skill. The purpose of the program is to teach students how they should wait and stay at an assigned place when the adults around them are busy.
This program teaches a student a “slider system,” which is then used to reduce inappropriate vocalizations.
Hold Hands to Walk Together
This program teaches students to hold an adult’s hand while walking in the community.
This program teaches students to follow rules by increasing their self-control and awareness of rules in different situations.