Whose Future is it Anyway? to Increase Self-Determination Skills - Description

This is a Practice Description that is an evidence-based practice for students with disabilities based on two methodologically sound group studies with random assignment across 457 participants; for students with learning disabilities based on two methodologically sound group studies with random assignment across 296 participants with learning disabilities; and for students with intellectual disabilities based on two methodologically sound group studies with random assignment across 126 participants with in

Self-Management - Social Skills - Description

This is a Practice Description that is a Research-Based Practice for students with disabilities based on two methodologically sound single subject studies across 7 participants.  It is also a Promising Practice for students with emotional behavioral disabilities based on one methodologically sound single subject study with 3 participants with emotional behavioral disabilities and a Promising Practice for students with severe intellectual disabilities based on one methodologically sound single subject study with 4 participants with severe in

One-More-Than Strategy - Counting Money - Description

This is a Practice Description that is a Research-Based Practice for students with disabilities based two methodologically sound single subject studies across 6 participants.  It is also a Promising Practice for students with moderate intellectual disability based on one methodologically sound single subject study with 4 participants with moderate intellectual disability.

Progressive Time Delay - Purchasing Skills - Description

This is a Practice Description that is a Research-based Practice for students with disabilities based on two methodologically sound single subject studies across 8 participants.  It is also a Promising Practice for students with moderate intellectual disability based on one methodologically sound single subject study with 4 participants with moderate intellectual disability and a Promising Practice for students with severe intellectual disability based on one methodologically sound single subject study with 4 participants w