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Dealing with Conflict
Being able to identify a problem, use self-control to identify solutions, and appropriately follow through with a solution.
Visual Schedule Cards
- Given social scripts, role plays, and verbal/visual cues as needed, with cues decreasing as she demonstrates progress, Clair will utilize an appropriate social response to a potentially frustrating situation presented in therapy in 3 out of 4 opportunities (80% accuracy) over 5 consecutive sessions to demonstrate fluency in pragmatic, social, and life skills. 2
- Peggy will learn, understand, and use expressions that are socially acceptable and age-appropriate as a means to express acceptance, rejection/refusal, or disapproval given moderate cues with 80% accuracy across 5 consecutive sessions to improve pragmatic language skills. 3
- Charlsie will make an inference and/or provide an appropriate verbal response to a problem given a variety of situations (i.e., school, home, community) with 90% accuracy given minimal cues across 5 consecutive therapy sessions as measured by clinician observation to increase pragmatic and expressive language skills. 3
- When given scenarios of social conflicts, Hannah will demonstrate problem-solving skills by identifying the problem and generating 2 solutions appropriate to the situation, with min assistance, with 80% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions to demonstrate examples of pragmatic/social / life skills such as dealing with conflict. 0
- Given examples of social situations, Melva will problem-solve a variety of functional scenarios(e.g. to increase orientation and safety awareness) with 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive therapy sessions. 3
- Cory will use multiple modes of communication to appropriately protest, communicate that she is upset, and request sensory activities/break time to remain calm in 3 /4 opportunities given minimal assistance across 5 consecutive sessions to increase expressive and pragmatic language skills. 2
- Janelle will learn vocabulary and functional sentences to express his state of being and will verbalize the need for use of socially acceptable means to regulate his behavior with moderate cues across 4 consecutive sessions to increase self-regulation and social skills. 3
- When given scenarios of social conflicts, Felton will demonstrate problem-solving skills by identifying the problem and generating two solutions appropriate to the situation with 80% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions to demonstrate examples of pragmatic / social / life skills such as dealing with conflict. 2
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