Increasing student independence is a key goal. Using a structured work system can support a student with ASD and additional needs gain independence skills. A work system is an organizational system that gives a student with ASD (and additional needs) information about what is expected when he/she arrives at a classroom location. A work system is defined by Division TEACCH as a systematic and organized presentation of tasks and materials that visually communicates at least four pieces of information to the student. They help with, organization, distractibility, sequencing, generalization, and independent initiation.
Audience: Any staff working with students with Autism
Presenter(s): Kristy Petroni
Date(s): Thu. Jan 28
Location: Zoom Link (use this for ALL POPARD TRAINING): https://ca01web.zoom.us/j/3117626244
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