Self-management of instruction cues for occupation: review of studies with people with severe and profound developmental disabilities.

@article{Lancioni2001SelfmanagementOI,
  title={Self-management of instruction cues for occupation: review of studies with people with severe and profound developmental disabilities.},
  author={Giulio E. Lancioni and Mark F. O'Reilly},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2001},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={41-65}
}
Helping people with severe and profound developmental disabilities acquire and maintain constructive occupation is an objective of great practical importance. During the last 15-20 years, studies directed at this goal have largely relied on five strategies of self-management of instruction cues. Those strategies consist of the use of (1) picture cues presented on sets of cards, (2) picture cues stored in computer-aided systems, (3) object cues attached to cards, (4) verbal cues stored in audio… CONTINUE READING