Adaptive Behavior Skills Assessment Guide – Autism Special Education

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Struggling to replace problem behaviors in your learners with more appropriate social and emotional life skills? This comprehensive behavior skills assessment is perfect to assess, teach, and track progress of adaptive behavior skills. This resource is an ideal behavior management assessment resource in any autism, ABA or other special education classroom where students’ needs fall outside of traditional standard curriculums.

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Struggling to replace problem behaviors in your learners with more appropriate social and emotional life skills? This comprehensive behavior skills assessment is perfect to assess, teach, and track progress of adaptive behavior skills. This resource is an ideal behavior management assessment resource in any autism, ABA or other special education classroom where students’ needs fall outside of traditional standard curriculums.

This 30 page guide walks you through identifying a problem behavior, determining its function, collecting data, and then choosing an appropriate skill to teach to replace this behavior!

What’s Included:

  • Introduction: Whether you have years of experience or are brand new to problem behavior management, this ‘how-to-use’ guide will tell you EXACTLY where to begin so that you can systematically replace problem behaviors with adaptive, functional skills!
  • A review of the common functions of behaviors to help you choose the correct replacement skill to begin teaching.
  • ABC Data Collection: Collect data quickly & efficiently on problem behaviors to help you identify what skills need to be taught!
  • Skill Assessment divided up into categories of:–Requesting skills: Teach learners to request attention or breaks rather than engage in maladaptive behaviors to access attention.
    Waiting skills: Teach learners to wait for access to preferred items or attention for increasing intervals of time.
    Tolerating “no” skills: Teach learners to tolerate being told “no” in response to asking for things that are unavailable, or to tolerate changes in routine
    General coping skills: Teach deep breathing, identifying feelings, etc. to prepare learners for general feelings of anger and frustration
  • Skill protocols: Explicit strategies to help you systematically teach the skills!
  • Data sheets for each of the five categories: Simply print and pop into your students’ data binders- skip the writing and planning process and jump right to teaching!
  • 9 visual cues: (e.g., “Break” or “I want ___”): Simply print and laminate for your behavior management needs to use in teaching these new skills to your learners to replace problem behaviors.

Each skill listed is matched to a function of behavior (ex, if a student’s behavior is escape from demands, you can ensure that the skill you are choosing to replace their behavior is aligned with its function by checking this column of the guide).

✏️If you are looking to graph your learners’ daily data, check out this resource!

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TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID…

“This is such a great resource! I am learning quite a bit about writing goals that support students individual needs! It is very informative and gives clear and easy to use data sheets to improve my teaching in a special education preschool setting.” –Jona Lourenco

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