Training a parent to teach her autism spectrum disorder child to use an independent activity schedule
Date of Award
Master of Arts in Child Development
The purpose of this study was to train the parents of an ASD child (who was not receiving prior intervention services) to teach their child to use an Independent Activity Schedule (IAS) to enable him to engage in short periods of appropriate, independent play without adult prompting and/or disruptive, stereotypical behaviors. Teaching the parent (s) to utilize this technique will benefit the child in that his/her parent (s) are usually with him/her and would thus be able to use the IAS with him/her continuously.
Bryan, Tessa Lynne, "Training a parent to teach her autism spectrum disorder child to use an independent activity schedule" (2013). Theses Digitization Project. 4058.