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Describes the antecedent, behavior and consequence when looking at behavior.

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This resource is used for change in a learner’s schedule. It visually shows them of the change and can help with a smoother transition.

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An "I want" board with a selection of 6 activity choices.

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Learners can use this choice board when needing to self-regulate. The choice board is taught and rehearsed when the learner is regulated and then brought out again when the student may need to calm down.

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Dinner choices for the learner to choose from.

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This choice board can be used for activities or food choices.

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A choice board with 6 selection options. This board can also be used to show how many points each reinforcer is worth.

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"I want" board with a selection of food options.

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This note can be used for elementary students. It has visuals for each subject area and includes space for written notes to go home/school.

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This note can be used for middle and high school students. It includes space for written messages for home/school. It also includes prompts used, reinforcers and strategies used.

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Quick checklist for home communication.

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This note is for the learner to fill out at the end of the day. It also has reminders for bus expectations.

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Importance of communication between home/school.
This communication note is ideal for older students. It includes information about lunch, interactions, and reinforcers.

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This note includes space for the learner to fill themselves as well as space for the teacher/parent to write a note.

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This note includes information on the learners day including zones of regulation.

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Lists an individuals’ legal rights.

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Poster describing the difference between a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) and a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).

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Reviews expectations of a fire drill at school.

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First-Then Board with blue border.

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Use this First-Then Board when students require objects to understand communication.

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First-Then Board with a yellow or blue background.

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Used for middle and high school students, this social story reviews expectations of following directions.

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This document describes the four functions of behavior. This is a great resource to hang up in your classroom and have all staff read/become familiar with the functions of behavior.

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Explains what a trip to the dentist looks like.

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Social story that explains a doctor's visit.

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A visual providing examples of green and red choices.

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These visuals are designed to go onto staff lanyards. They allow staff to have quick and easy access to visuals in all areas in the school.

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A visual to help learners understand what they are expected to do once they arrive in the classroom and their expectations for dismissal.

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This schedule is in the form of a checklist and used for learner’s who have written schedules. Once they complete the task they can check it off and move on to the next task.

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This schedule can include the time or a visual of the task. The student can write/copy/trace the schedule themselves.

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This schedule is to be used in front of the entire class. It is a group schedule that provides a visual and the word of each task/class.

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Monthly calendar to visually show learners events/plans/tasks that are coming up.

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Use this schedule for learners who understand time. You can add a visual to this schedule for each task or use it as a written schedule.

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TOBI (True Object Based Icon) schedule is a transition between an object schedule and an icon schedule. Cut out the background/white of each picture when using a TOBI schedule.

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This visual schedule is broken down into morning and afternoon. It has space for 4 tasks each part of the day.

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Use this schedule for learners' who need visuals (pictures or icons) to understand. You can manipulate the schedule to only show the morning tasks then change the schedule in the afternoon.

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Write out the events/tasks/subjects for the week.

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Stop sign visuals can be placed on doors or spaces students need to ask permission to go to or are not allowed.

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This document is used to learn what steps a learner is missing while completing the entire handwashing task.

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Track your learner’s ability to wash their hands. Are they missing any steps?

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This data sheet helps staff know what steps the learner does not know while toileting. Continue to collect data to see progress from the learner.

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This data sheet is used to collect information on how the learner completes the task.

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This schedule has 7 spots for To Do tasks. Once a task is complete the learner then moves it to the ‘Done’ section.

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A visual that describes what whole body listening is.

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This written schedule has a checklist format and also utilizes a token board.

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