Language

This program is about teaching attributes, like colors. The purpose of the program is to have the student understand what we are specifically talking about when a therapist shows a student an object that may or may not vary in other dimensions, like size.

This program teaches students to sequence a series (e.g., numbers and letters) and the steps of an event. This cognitive and reasoning skill helps students understand the order of events, sets the stage for them to later learn casual relationships, and make predictions about what happens next.

This program teaches students to comprehend more auditory information, specifically verbs, that include different elements such that they can follow instructions and answer questions.

Directing in Activities (Characters to Specific Locations)

This program teaches students to use a full sentence to direct a therapist to put items in different locations.

This video demonstrates teaching procedures that allow for rotation across programs during one activity.

Expressive Labels – Actions

This program teaches students to identify actions in different formats.

This program begins to teach a student to initiate making comments.

Conditional Instructions Using a Text Prompt

This program teaches a student to respond to conditional instructions when using a text prompt.

This program is designed to teach a child to comprehend larger chunks of a story. At first the child will be expected to understand a small portion of the story, and by the end of the program, they will be expected to understand the entire story.

There are a bunch of grammar mistakes in Ivy’s intro for the phase 1 naming with 2 choices video. I’m guessing we can’t fix that though.

This program is designed to make learning labels more enjoyable and increase a child’s motivation to learn. In the video, you’ll hear several tips from Toby.

This program is designed to make learning prepositions more enjoyable, and increase a child’s motivation to learn. In the video, you’ll hear several tips from Toby.

This program teaches a student to use the correct word for a given situation, action, or item.

This program is about actions. The purpose of the program is to teach students to identify and follow instructions with actions and how to use them flexibly.

This program is about doing expressive labels in a more fun way.

This program is about describing. This program teaches students to put together subjects, verbs and objects into small sentences to describe what they see or to describe certain situations.

This program is designed to have the student ask “Where are you going” when they see someone leaving.

The purpose of this program is to give opportunities for the student to learn to seek help from others when he/she is doing a difficult task.

Communication Temptation: What are you doing?

The purpose of this program is to teach the student to ask “What are you doing?” when they are interested in what someone else is doing.

The purpose of this program is to teach the student to ask “Where is ________?” when they are interested in finding someone or something.

This program is designed to teach the student to ask “How” questions in multiple scenarios.

This program is designed to teach the student to tell others what he/she wants him/her to do.

The purpose of this program is to have the student direct the teacher to do a task familiar to the student.

This program is about double retrieval, which means having the student give the therapist two items. The purpose of the program is to let students learn how to listen to two pieces of information, sequence two parts of language at the same time and remember all information that they’ve heard.

This program is about categories. The purpose of the program is to teach students to understand the abstract concept of categories and the association between different things with relevance.