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    Video-on-Demand: Achieving Independence: New Solutions That Help Students Surmount Barriers To Independent Demonstration Of Skills
    In this presentation, NLG clinicians Liz Martineau, Maureen Lacerte and Jessica Slaton detail modifications to standard ABA teaching procedures that can allow successful teaching of students with significant visual scanning or motor issues or dependence on adult presence as an SD for appropriate behavior. Topics covered include: teaching independent completion of an activity schedule with no adult present; use of motor priming to allow a student to successfully complete learning trials requiring motor movements; independent initiation of a toileting schedule; and enhancing student success by optimizing position of stimuli. This presentation is designed for ABA professionals with experience in utilizing standard ABA teaching procedures and interest in adapting teaching procedures to create learner success for more impaired learners.