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    Video-on-Demand: Innovative Prompting And Teaching Strategies For Students With Autism
    NLG clinicians Liz Martineau, Jessica Slaton, Jessica Tilley and Joshua Dahlin present four case studies showing different prompting procedures developed for students who were not successful with standard prompting procedures. Areas include: overcoming prompt dependency by using stimulus shaping, moving from continuous to discontinuous stimuli, textual self cuing, acoustic stimulus prompts, and behavioral momentum. This presentation is recommended for professionals working with students more impaired by autism.