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10-20-09%20JP%20Chapter%2013 - Chapter 13 Application of...

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Chapter 13 Application of the Process to Ecological Domains
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4 Broad Life Domains Home Community Work Leisure Specific skills taught must match the individual needs of each student.
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Targeting Skills for Instruction 1. Analyze particular settings and skill requirement of the student’s home community. 2. Consider individual strengths & weaknesses of the student. 3. Explore preferences of the parents & student. (Need to agree about what to teach) 4. Identify skills that chronological age peers perform in natural settings. 5. Consider what the student’s next least restrictive environment might be & skills needed to transition to that setting.
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Why? People w/o skills place burden on family/ & caregivers. May need to move to more restrictive living arrangement. Competence can maximize chances of living in home community and in least restrictive domestic environment. Competence projects a positive image of people
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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10-20-09%20JP%20Chapter%2013 - Chapter 13 Application of...

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