Task analysis is all about making goals and projects more manageable, and we use this technique on a regular basis throughout our everyday lives. Task analysis doesn’t have to be big, and it’s all about breaking any size task down into smaller steps. Here, we dive into all things task analysis and how it can help you and your clients succeed.
One of the greatest tools in our toolbox is the ability to break down larger skills into smaller, more attainable steps (and then reinforce each… Read More »How to Use Chaining with a Task Analysis
Trying to teach Julie some of the targets we dished about in How To Foster Independence Skills and How To Teach Your Young Child Self Care Skills with not much success? No sweat! The solution to the struggle: Task analysis and chaining. Some kiddos are unable to learn how to brush their teeth or put on their clothes when the skill is taught as a whole or in large pieces. This is when task analysis becomes a big help. It’s the process of breaking a complex skill into small components that are a lot easier for Julie to grasp and attain. Chaining is the act of sequentially teaching those baby steps. We swear by these techniques, having taught countless clients with developmental disorders how to care for themselves independently.Read More »Tackle Big Skills In Baby Steps