The Effects of Video Activity Schedules on Life Skills for Individuals with Mild Intellectual Disability

Kaylee A. Ortiz
This study used a multiple probe across settings design to evaluate the effects of video activity schedules (VidAS) on the acquisition of life skills in various settings within the home. In a technology training phase, participants were taught how to navigate a mobile application and use the pause and play feature of the video using a system of least prompts. In baseline, participants were given a task direction to complete the tasks within each setting...
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