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Autism Readings

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The _______ Model is a comprehensive planning model for individuals with ASD based on the premise that, for in order for a program to be successful, their unique needs and strengths must be identified and then directly linked to interventions Ziggurat
The Ziggurat Model can be used in two ways: as a global planning tool for school, home, the workplace and/or community; or as a functional behavior assessment.
The _______ is an informal assessment process designed to identify ASD characteristics for the purpose of intervention. Underlying Characteristics Checklist
There are _______ versions of the UCC. three
The _______ ensures that an individuals underlying strengths and skills are incorporated in the intervention design process. Individual Strengths and Skills Inventory
The ________ plan helps users complete a person-centered plan by identifying short- and long-term goals. global intervention
The centerpiece and framework of the Ziggurat model is the _______, which is designed to help parents and educators avoid overlooking critical areas. Intervention Ziggurat
The five levels of the IZ are: sensory needs and biological differences, reinforcement, structure and visual/tactile supports, task demands, and skills to teach.
_______ provides an overview of a student's daily scheduled time and activity and specifies supports needed during each period. Comprehensive Autism Planning System
CAPS has nine components: time, activity, targeted skills to teach, structure/modification, reinforcement, sensory strategies, communication/social skills, data collection, generalization plan.
_______ Training refers to instruction designed to improve of facilitate the acquisition or performance of social skills. Social Skills
Social _______ represent social behaviors skills
Social _______ represents judging or perception of social skills by others. competence
SST typically addressed three objective: to promote skill acquisition, to enhance existing skills, and to facilitate generalization.
Five factors that contribute to social skill deficits are: lack of knowledge, lack of practice or feedback, lack of cues or opportunities, lack of reinforcement, and the presence of interfering problem behaviors.
A _______ presents social rules and concepts in the form of a brief story. social story
A _______ intervention involves an individual watching a video demonstration of positive behavior and then imitating the behavior of the model. video modeling
_______ refers to analyzing and interpreting social situations and requires the child to make inferences based on available contextual clues. Social problem solving
_______ behaviors, are behaviors that lead to widespread changes in other behaviors and facilitate transfer of skills to multiple settings and improvement to nontargeted behaviors. Pivotal
_______ involves the presentation of a structured "script" to the child that provides explicit direction for what the child will say/do during a social interaction. Scripting
_______ are supports or assistance provided to the child to help him or her acquire skills and successfully perform behaviors. Prompts
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