Sugarpea Products For Autism - Everything On 1 Cd-rom
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Book One: Huge ABA Picture Book
Autism…Angels among Us To teach, Inspire and Share their Miracles
a portable ABA
program! This is a huge, 224 page book with over 900 color pictures inside.
You’ll find easy-to-read instructions with examples to follow. This book is a
must have for anyone starting or already running an ABA Autism Treatment
You’ll also find:
Our current ABA program
ABA Manual and Training Information
Our son’s sensory diet
The Big Book of Numbers
Speech Drills and much, much more!!
You’ll even find activities listed for:
Oral Motor Exercises
Sensory Integration Activities
Self Help Skills
Nonverbal Imitation Drills
Tacting / Labeling
Intraverbal Sounds Program and a whole lot more!
In the first 23 pages of the picture book, I briefly outline the following:
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Discrete Trial Training Method (DT)
Pivotal Response Training (PRT)
Verbal Behavior / Applied Verbal Behavior (VB or AVB)
In addition, I also give a brief synopsis of the following teaching methods we use in our son’s Autism Treatment Program.
Book Two: Language Processing Drills
This is a 103 page book filled with language processing drills for your child or student with Autism or language processing disorders. Included are definitions and teaching tools you can use with your child or student during these language processing drills or during any other type of teaching program.
Using 196 pictures and 180 language processing drills, this book is divided into the following six sections:
Plural vs. Singular
Adjectives & Opposites
How this book works:
Because children with language deficits can be such visual learners, I've put this book together to use with our son during his ABA therapy sessions. The book is set up in a way that allows you to open the book with the “picture” pages facing your child and the “questions” pages facing you. Thismakes therapy sessions gomuch smoother.
I've also provided helpful hints at the bottom of some of the “questions” pages to assist you along your way. I've even included data collections sheets for you to keep track of your child's progress during the drills.
Book Three: More Language & Learning Exercises
You’ll find 196 pages of Language and Learning Exercises for you to use with your child or student with Autism or other developmental delays.
On the Cd-Rom, you’ll find:
Introduction to ABA, teaching strategies and tips
Instructions on how to use this book
Section One: Matching Identical Pictures
Matching is a valuable skill that can be used to establish or improve instructional control. Since so many children with Autism or other developmental delays have a difficult time learning to focus on the words used by others, they sometimes find it easier to be taught to attend to and match visual stimuli.
Section Two: Continuing Sequence Patterns
Patterns are around us everywhere we look. We see patterns on leaves, in sand and even on brick walls. There are patterns in numbers, words and colors. Understanding patterns helps children begin to break down codes in reading, math, writing and spelling.
Sequencing is also fundamental to young learners. Understanding sequences helps children develop problem solving abilities. For example, we learn to follow directions in a sequence. Our own thought patterns are connected to the ability to sequence events.
In this section, you will be able to introduce your child or student to different types of patterns designed to develop perception of shapes and pictures in a sequence. These drills will introduce your learner to patterns and sequences while establishing the foundation needed in order to transfer these skills to everyday situations.
Section Three: Attributes
All objects have properties or attributes that distinguish them from other objects. Learning to discriminate and identify these attributes helps to foster oral communication.
In this section, your learner will be asked to make sense of the shapes and pictures. He or she may be asked to identify a picture based on its color, shape, design, spatial relationship, features, or other attributes.
Section Four: What Does Not Belong?
Using the skills learned in section three, your learner will begin to use discrimination and picture association to identify what picture is ‘out of place’ in pictures presented to him or her. In this section, your child or student will be asked to decide what picture doesn’t belong based on associations or categories.
Section Five: Yes / No Exercises
In this section, you simply want to help foster communication with your child on the simplest level. If your child is able to answer yes or no to questions, that’s terrific! Use this section to maintain those skills. If your child is not able to functionally use yes or no to communicate his or her wants or needs, here’s a place to start. These drills are designed to simply introduce your child to the meaning behind yes and no. You may need to model each response several times for your learner to catch on. You’ll then be able to ask questions about preferred and non-preferred items. Being able to answer yes or no to questions is a huge accomplishment indeed. These drills will help your child get on the right track to being able to tell you what he or she desires.
Section Six: Letters and Their Sounds
This section will help teach the relationships between the letters of written language and the individual sounds of spoken language. These drills will set the foundation for phonics instruction. It’s here that we begin to teach children to use these relationships to read and write words. Knowing these relationships will help children recognize familiar words and decipher new words.
Section Seven: Word to Picture Matching
In this section, you want to help your learner begin to sound out the words and then match the correct word to the corresponding picture. This is great practice for beginning readers.
Section Eight: Labeling Features
The ability to label objects or features of objects is a major cornerstone of language development. In this section, your learner will be asked to identify body parts or attributes of different objects. You can start out requiring only receptive labeling and then move on to expressive labeling
Book Four: Receptive, Expressive & Intraverbal Language Drills
(Teaching Feature, Function & Class)
This is a 63 page book containing 150 color photographs. I've made this book because two very challenging aspects of an Autism Treatment Program are finding just the right picture to teach, and knowing the right questions to ask about each picture.
This book focuses on the following instructional components of ABA:
ROL - Receptive Object Labeling
VI - Verbal Imitation
EOL - Expressive Object Labeling
RFFC - Receptive by Feature, Function & Class
TFFC - Tacting by Feature, Function & Class
IFFC - Intraverbal by Feature, Function & Class
Each picture has a ‘questions box’ providing
you with just the right questions to ask about each and every picture.
the cd-rom you will find tons of training data (information you can use to
start up and run your own ABA
I’ve included links to websites that offer helpful ABA information.
You’ll also find data sheets, worksheets and LOTS OF EXTRAS!!!
See it - Hear it - Say it!
Using visual and auditory methods to enhance and facilitate
communication and comprehension.
Communication consists of exchanging messages between people: expressing needs; sharing thoughts, ideas and feelings. We all know that communication involves the use of language (either written on spoken). Children with autism spectrum disorders usually have difficulty in discovering the power and pleasure of social communication and are often slower to develop language. Some children may have learning difficulties that interfere with understanding language.
Temple Grandin (an American animal scientist who has autism) describes how she thinks in pictures and how words are like a second language for her (Grandin, 1995). Visual thinkers can be helped by visual support. The TEACCH approach encourages the use of visual structure to reduce stress and promote learning for people with autism by making their Environment more easily understood. Since people with autism sometimes tend to also be visual learners, visual aids can help them to make sense of the world and of other people, including the process of communication.
SugarPea Products for Autism would like to introduce an interactive slide show that your child with special needs can use to see pictures and hear their names pronounced in an effort to elicit communication and comprehension.
Our son with Autism is a visual learner. Comprehension is much easier for him if he's able to see pictures as well as hear the names of the pictures. Using PowerPoint, I've created an interactive slide show that allows him to view the pictures on the computer screen while hearing my recorded voice pronounce the names of the pictures. This two-pronged approach helps him learn new concepts quicker and also promotes verbal imitation. I'm offering it on in hopes that it may help your child or student with special needs as much as it has helped our son.
This slide show is very easy to use . All you have to do is put the cd-rom in your cd-rom drive and the PowerPoint Slide Show will begin automatically. You don't even need to have PowerPoint to be able to view the show. The file is quite large (159 MB) and may take a few moments to load. Once it's loaded, you simply follow the prompts on the screen. You'll be able to click on the arrows to either move forward or backward throughout the show. Many of the pictures are animated, too! How cool is that!!! There are even visually reinforcing 'treats' at the end of each section.
Colors-Shapes-Textures and Patterns-Alphabet-Parts of My Household Items-Animals-Nature-Community Helpers-Transportation-My Neighborhood-My vs. Different-Numbers and Counting-Money-Holidays-M. C. Escher Drawings-Pencil Language-Picture Identification Tasks-
There are over 1100 slides in this PowerPoint Slide Show.
The Picture Prompting Communication Booklet
This Picture Prompting Communication Booklet has over 350 pictures represented!!
With Real Photographs!
You get all of this and more on this cd-rom!
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