Can the learner perform the behavior with another person? A different place? A different time? Does the person perform the behavior if you change the instruction a little? Can he now ask for water in more than just one way? These questions tap into the generalizability of a learned behavior. In an ABA-based intervention, being able to generalize learned skills by being able to perform the behavior in slightly different conditions OR the learned behavior having slight differences without teaching is crucial.
April is Autism Awareness Month and an excellent opportunity to promote and draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. #lightitupblue
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