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He is given cues and reminders
Provided with a work schedule
Is offered paraprofessional support
Willie says his work is "too hard" Non-contingent Assistance Three days of interventions occurred
Intervention was during reading and math (90 min each)
Willie received non-contingent assistance during independent work time in reading and math
Goal: Willie will stay on task (work) during indicated time without disturbing his class Summary Willie can complete his work and stay on-task with assistance so I wanted to set him up for success.
If assistance can be provided randomly, he will adjust to it and hopefully know he doesnt need to show behaviors to get help.
By day 3 Willie improved at asking for help rather than being off-task during work time.
*ADHD and DCD
*Kind, friendly, caring Willie Intervention details Day 1: Willie received assistance 23 times across 4 work periods in reading.
Willie received assistance 12 times across 4 work periods in math.
Off-task: 18 times Day 2: Willie received assistance 9 times across 3 work periods in reading.
Willie received assistance 10 times across 4 work periods in math.
Off-task: 15 times Day 3: Willie received assistance 14 times across 4 work periods in reading.
Willie received assistance 9 times across 3 work periods in math.
Off-task: 14 times Modifying: Willie will be given a help card. He can hold the card up or set it on his desk when he needs assistance.
This allows him to stay on-task and know help is available. Kaleen Schultz