Increasing independence for individuals with autism through the use of visual schedules
19th December 2019
Andrew Swartfigure BCBA, Director of Services, interviews Amy Sarrasin, ABA Supervisor at BeyondAutism and Tom Bailey, Head of Therapies, BeyondAutism.
In this podcast we explore the impact of effective person centred and multi- disciplinary working and how working effectively can mean that children can move to less intensive provisions.
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Havlik, K. (2015). Visual Schedules: A Practical Guide for Families. Retrieved April 9, 2019, from https://ed-psych.utah.edu/ school-psych/_documents/grants/autism-training-grant/Visual-Schedules-Practical-Guide-for-Families.pdf&usg=AOvVaw1Hx T1wOebCcEtmd_F6rBVS
Hume, K., Loftin, R., & Lantz, J. (2009). Increasing Independence in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review of Three Focused Interventions. J Autism Dev Disord; 39(9): 1329–1338.
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