People of all ages and abilities can learn new skills. Instruction should be individualized to meet a person's needs.

Skill Development

Skill development should be taught with a variety of supports. These may include mini schedules, First/Then schedules, and visuals.

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Tasks can be broken down into smaller steps and taught one by one. This is called chaining or sequencing of a task.
Once a step or skill is mastered, a new skill can be added.

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