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AIM: Transitioning

Transitioning between activities: strategies for students with ASD

Students with ASD are great at transitions and do not need supportive transition strategies? FALSE
One reason students with ASD struggle with transitioning? Difficulty in shifting tasks
Transition strategies reduce _________ and increase __________? reduce transition time and preferred/appropriate behavior
Transition strategies can only be used before a transition occurs> FALSE. TS can be used before during and after a transition
Creating positive transition routines is a ___? goal of transition strategies
Can transition strategies be generalized? Yes, TS can be used in the school, home and in the community.
Name 3 Visual Strategies Priming through print (social stories), video priming, visual countdown
Finished box students place completed work in designated box to cue their completion of task and readiness to start new task. Can and should be used with other cueing strategies for most effectiveness
Video priming and priming through print Video priming is most effective with students who are motivated by and enjoy watching movies. Both should be shown 2-4 times prior to transition event.
Auditory Strategies verbal priming, high/low probability request, music, bell, timer sound
Timer timetimer.com
Other considerations adjust activities students are transitioning to/from...based on preferred/least preferred
Created by: brownkb