People of all ages and abilities can learn new skills. Instruction should be individualized to meet a person's needs. Skill development should be taught with a variety of supports. These may include mini schedules, First/Then schedules, and visuals.
How to Use Schedules
Schedule Overview and Resources
Tasks can be broken down into smaller steps and taught one by one. This is called chaining or sequencing of a task. Once a step or skill is mastered, a new skill can be added.
Avoiding Prompt Dependency
Task Analysis and Chaining Information