An Evaluation of Photographic Activity Schedules to Increase Independent Playground Skills in Young Children with Autism
41st Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX
We used photographic activity schedules to increase the number of play activities completed by children with autism during unstructured time on the playground. All 3 participants engaged in more playground activities during and after training, and they continued to complete activities when novel photographs were introduced.
Akers, J. S.; Higbee, Thomas S.; Pellegrino, A.; Pollard, J. S.; and Gerencser, K. R., "An Evaluation of Photographic Activity Schedules to Increase Independent Playground Skills in Young Children with Autism" (2015). Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling Faculty Publications. Paper 824.