Least to Most Prompting - Grocery Shopping Skills - Description

This is a Practice Description that is a Research-Based Practice for students with disabilities based on one methodologically sound group study with non-random assignment across 40 participants with disabilities and one methodologically sound single subject study across 3 participants with disabilities.  It is also a Promising Practice for students with moderate intellectual disabilities based on one methodologically sound single subject study across 3 participants with moderate intellectual disabilities.

Forward Chaining - Functional Life 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 severe intellectual disabilities based on one methodologically sound single case study with 3 participants with severe intellectual disabilities.

Constant Time Delay to Teach Recreation and Leisure Skills - Description

This Practice Description is a research-based practice for students with disabilities based on four methodologically sound single-subject studies across 18 participants with disabilities.  It is also a research-based practice for students with intellectual disabilities based on four methodologically sound single-subject studies across 16 participants with intellectual disability.

Video Modeling - Food Preparation and Cooking Skills - Description

This Practice Description is a research-based practice for students with disabilities based on six methodologically sound single-subject studies across 23 participants with disabilities; a research-based practice for students with intellectual disability based on four methodologically sound single-subject studies across 17 participants with intellectual disability; and a research-based practice for students with autism based on two methodologically sound single-subject studies across six participants with autism.