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CSDS 7145 Discussion questions: Principles of Intervention and Developmental Domains 1. What are three purposes of intervention? Change or eliminate the underlying problem Changing the disorder To teach compensatory strategies 2. What are three ways intervention can change behavior? Facilitation Maintenance Induction 3. What are the differences between basic, intermediate, and specific goals? Basic goals: areas selected because of their importance for functionality or because of the severity of the deficit Intermediate: provide greater specification within a basic goal- ex. form content use Specific: ? 4. How might we go about setting priorities among intervention goals? Highest priority- forms and function client uses in 10%-50% of required contexts High priority- forms and functions used in 1% to 10% of required contexts, but understood in receptive task formats Lower priority- forms and functions used in 50% to 90% of required contexts. Forms the client does not use at all and does not demonstrate understanding of in receptive
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