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Hello Summer! Hello Fun In The Sun!

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Lynnette Aguilar, M.A., BCBA, LBA

As summer is ramping up it is time to bust out those sunglasses and sunscreen with your clinical team to plan ahead to get the most out of your summer sessions experience!

Family Essentials For Summer Services 

  1. Share your vacation schedule with your clinical team at least 2 weeks in advance.
    1. This gives plenty of time to get those make up hours in before your trip! 
    2. You are able to brainstorm and share what goals may be most helpful and meaningful to focus on to support summer vacation plans such as proactive strategies to support long car rides or safety skills while traveling on an airplane! 
    3. You can relieve stress by knowing your team will be ready and waiting to resume upon your return home. 
  2. Check in with your Clinician to learn about any summer vacation plans for your RBT.
    1. Your clinician will go over what options are available for your family so that you can have confidence in your summer session schedule. 
    2. Options may look like RBT temporary coverage, scheduling your time off at the same time to limit service disruptions, having a telehealth services plan in place for remote support, or even increasing parent consultation meetings during this time! 
    3. Lean on your clinical team to identify a solid summer plan! We are here for you.
  3. Schedule a Fun Outing or Two with your RBT!! 
    1. This is a wonderful way to support the generalization and maintenance of learned skills in a natural and fun way. 
    2. Get a list of learned skills that are ready for generalization across people, environments, and materials.
    3. Work with your team to put a plan in place to practice these skills in the community. 
    4. Summer offers a wonderful occasion to get information on how well skills are retained over time and increase independence.

Summer Fun Ideas!

Summer Fun Ideas in Nature

  1. Meet up with peers at your community park
  2. Practice conversational skills and enjoy the scenery while on a nature hike
  3. Building up positive coping strategies by starting a home garden

Summer Fun Ideas In The Community

  1. Ice Cream Social to practice social and daily living skills
  2. Visit your local zoo to generalize things such as labeling animals, echoing animal sounds, staying in close proximity to your caregivers, and recalling events about what you did that day!
  3. Practice many social skills by inviting friends to join you on a trip to your local ice cream parlor
  4. Check out if your local library has any activities over the summer such as arts and crafts to practice following instructions, fine motor skills, and completing a task.

How Is Naturalistic Teaching Used in ABA?

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ABA therapy is an intensive therapy that typically has weekly dosages of 10-40 hours per week. When recommending hours and different types of treatment plans many factors will impact that number. Primarily, the research has shown that more hours of therapy is directly related to positive outcomes. So how can we accomplish 30-40 hours of therapy for a young child without it feeling like they are working a full time job? By utilizing naturalistic teaching.

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Social Stories Explained!

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Social Stories or Social Narratives are a common tool used to teach individuals about a large variety of topics. Social stories are a way to present information to individuals in a familiar and easy to understand format. Pairing social stories with other evidence based practices like behavior skills training, positive reinforcement, modeling and NET can be a meaningful approach to therapy. 

What are social stories?

These are often made specifically for an individual to discuss a topic that is particularly difficult or challenging or sometimes a topic that is brand new. Creating the social story allows the author to individualize the story to fit the needs of the person. They often cover topics related to specific social skills or social situations. The story aims at teaching the individuals what to do when a certain situation arises. 

How can we use them?

Social stories can be used in therapy as a way to introduce a topic and as a visual for what steps to follow in certain social situations. The social narrative is presented to the individual ideally immediately before the social situation typically occurs. Presenting the social story immediately before the social situation increases the likelihood of the learner implementing the skills discussed. Your BCI team may read the social story and then set up opportunities to practice the social situation in direct therapy sessions or they may develop the story and train you on how to implement. If your child is able to read, they can read the social story independently prior to the social situation. After reading the story it may be beneficial to review some simple comprehension questions to ensure your child understood the concept in the story. When practicing the skill your child may still need prompts to engage in the correct behaviors and reinforcement for completing the steps correctly. Your BCI clinician will include this in their programming. 

Who should develop a social story for your child?

Your BCI clinician will know the best way to set up a social story for your child. Once they have developed how the story will supplement their programming, they will create the story and our BCI materials department will print and laminate the story for use in sessions. When creating the story there are key elements that must be included in order to be effective. Your BCI clinician will know these components and be able to include them.

Spring Activities To Support New Skills

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Happy Spring, BCI Families!

Spring holidays bring many opportunities for fun and learning! Your family may be thinking of attending an Egg Hunt or are planning on having one at home. In preparation for family fun like this, your BCI clinician can help develop programming to support following instructions, waiting their turn, sharing with others, and using common social skills like greetings. Your BCI clinician and RBT can also set up practice opportunities so that your child has a chance to practice these family fun activities before the day of the event.

Common spring activities are wonderful opportunities to teach and generalize skills in a fun and natural way. When planning your spring activities, keep the following skills in mind. If your child would benefit from practicing these skills, then include your BCI team to make the most of the many opportunities Spring presents!

Dying Eggs

  • Following Instructions- 1-step and multi-step
  • Impulse Control- waiting to touch, waiting for the eggs to dye
  • Daily Living Skills– measuring, stirring, and timing
  • Communication– requesting what they want

Egg Hunts

  • Sharing– allowing other kids to have some eggs as well
  • Impulse Control– waiting their turn, not grabbing from others
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills– picking up eggs gently, placing in a basket, balancing a basket in one hand and bending over for other eggs

Flying Kites

  • Gross and Fine motor skills– running, turning the string
  • Turn Taking– allowing others to try
  • Tolerating Difficult tasks
  • Asking for Help

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