Comparison of Two Video Prompting Interventions to Teach Daily Living Skills to Adolescents With Autism
The present study used an adapted alternating treatment design to evaluate and compare the effects of video prompting (VP) and video prompting plus frequency building (VP + FB) to teach daily living skills to three adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Results demonstrated all three students made substantial improvements over their baseline performance using VP and VP + FB. Furthermore, a strong intervention effect emerged for VP and VP + FB conditions when compared to the control task. However, in terms of one intervention proving superior to the other (e.g., VP to VP + FB), the data offer a mixed interpretation with VP + FB affecting changes better for two of the three students. The FB component in the VP + FB produced strong, consistent gains for all students in terms of retention.
Wertalik, Jennifer, Richard Kubina.
"Comparison of Two Video Prompting Interventions to Teach Daily Living Skills to Adolescents With Autism."
Behavioral Interventions, 38 (1): 39-61: Wiley.