Year of Publication

2017

Degree Name

Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis

Document Type

Master's Thesis

College

Education

Department

Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling

First Advisor

Dr. Sally B. Shepley

Second Advisor

Dr. Amy D. Spriggs

Abstract

Research using visual activity schedules (VAS) with embedded video models (VM) has been effective to teach novel skills to children and adolescents with intellectual disability (ID). However, there is limited research using VAS/VM to teach adults with ID. The purpose of the current study was to determine if VAS/VM could be used as a self-instructional tool for adults with ID to increase independence in laundry skills. Results from the current study provide evidence that a functional relation exists when using VAS/VM to teach laundry skills to adults with ID. Two adults generalized the use of the VAS/VM to a novel setting with similar tasks.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.13023/ETD.2017.192

Share

COinS