Corpus ID: 13772205

Enhancing Social and Transition Behaviors of Persons with Autism through Activity Schedules: A Review

@article{Banda2008EnhancingSA,
  title={Enhancing Social and Transition Behaviors of Persons with Autism through Activity Schedules: A Review},
  author={Devender R. Banda and Eric S. Grimmett},
  journal={Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities},
  year={2008},
  volume={43},
  pages={324-333}
}
  • Devender R. Banda, Eric S. Grimmett
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities
  • Texas Tech University Abstract: Thirteen studies were reviewed that were conducted using activity schedules with persons with autism to improve social interaction skills and decrease problem behaviors. Results across studies indicate that activity schedules enhanced social interactions and on-task and transition behaviors. Also, investigators in some studies used activity schedules to decrease students' tantrums and other problem behaviors during transitions. Furthermore, researchers in several… CONTINUE READING
    67 Citations

    Tables from this paper

    Picture Activity Schedules
    • 1
    • Highly Influenced
    Use of a Peer Support Intervention for Promoting Academic Engagement of Students with Autism in General Education Settings
    • 63
    Decreasing Students’ Reliance on Adults
    • 22

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 34 REFERENCES
    Increasing Play Skills of Children With Autism Using Activity Schedules and Correspondence Training
    • 128
    • Highly Influential
    The Use of Video Priming to Reduce Disruptive Transition Behavior in Children with Autism
    • 217
    Programming participation in family activities for children with autism: parents' use of photographic activity schedules.
    • 179
    • Highly Influential
    Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders : Effective Instructional Practices
    • 117
    The Effect of Choice-Making Opportunities During Activity Schedules on Task Engagement of Adults with Autism
    • 89
    • Highly Influential
    Using an Activity Schedule to Smooth School Transitions
    • 127
    • Highly Influential
    Evidence-Based Practices and Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders
    • 353
    • PDF
    Effects of using a photographic cueing package during routine school transitions with a child who has autism.
    • 104
    Teaching children with autism to use photographic activity schedules: maintenance and generalization of complex response chains.
    • 371
    • Highly Influential
    • PDF