Scripting in kids is very common for kids with autism. But what should we do when it interferes with learning new skills? This video blog is all about scripting, why we all do it and what we can do as professionals to help kids when it starts to interfere with progress.
What do you do when a learner you’re working with errors? In this blog, I’m going to talk about how to perform an error correction procedure.
Often in an ABA program, we’re teaching kids multiple skills at once, which can sometimes result in scrolling behaviors. It’s important to be aware of scrolling and know how to deal with it from the very beginning. Here, we cover helpful tips and strategies to prevent and manage scrolling through error correction procedures and transfer trials.
As much as the Type A perfectionist in me dislikes making errors, they are a natural part of life and an essential part of learning.… Read More »Error Correction Procedure and Transfer Trial