Teresa Taber-Doughty

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Three secondary age students with moderate intellectual disabilities learned to use the system of least prompts, a self-operated picture prompting system, and a self-operated auditory prompting system to use a copy machine and a debit machine. Both the effectiveness and efficiency of these prompting systems were compared. Additionally, student preference of(More)
We investigated the perceptions of people about the safety, security and privacy of a telecare monitoring system for adults with developmental disabilities living in residential settings. The telecare system was used by remote caregivers overnight, when staff were not present in the homes. We surveyed 127 people from different stakeholder groups in the(More)
BACKGROUND Onsite standard care and remote telecare supports were provided to adults with intellectual disabilities living in integrated community settings and evaluated in terms of effectiveness as consumers completed a series of novel household activities. METHODS Using an alternating treatment design with baseline and follow-up conditions in this(More)
The effects of a multicomponent intervention (a self-operated video modeling and self-monitoring delivered via an electronic interactive whiteboard (IWB) and a system of least prompts) on skill acquisition and interaction behavior of two students with autism and one student with moderate intellectual disability were examined using a multi-probe across(More)
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