Video-modelling to improve task completion in a child with autism.

@article{Rayner2010VideomodellingTI,
  title={Video-modelling to improve task completion in a child with autism.},
  author={Christopher Rayner},
  journal={Developmental neurorehabilitation},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          225-30
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the use of video modelling as an intervention for increasing task completion for individuals with autism who have high support needs. METHODS A 12-year-old-boy with autism received video modelling intervention on two routines (unpacking his bag and brushing his teeth). RESULTS Use of the video modelling intervention led to rapid increases in the percentage of steps performed in the unpacking his bag sequence and these gains generalized to packing his bag prior to… CONTINUE READING

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