At Functional Living Skills, our goal is to make it easier for parents, caregivers, or teachers of teenagers with intellectual disabilities to provide them with the care they need.
According to recent statistics from the Center for Parent Information & Resources, an intellectual disability among the most common developmental disabilities, and “it is estimated that seven to eight million people in the United States have an intellectual disability.”
How the AFLS Can Help
The Assessment of Functional Living Skills was designed with one primary purpose in mind — to help make it easy to track progress and provide a customizable curriculum for people with unique learning needs. It’s even easy to work collaboratively, allowing parents, teachers, and caregivers to be on the same page and see positive results.
Protocols within the AFLS curriculum include home skills, school skills, vocational skills, community participation skills, and even basic living skills. This allows for an all-in-one-place assessment thanks to the AFLS Guide, which contains task analyses, teaching suggestions, and prompting strategies for the corresponding protocols.
Use the AFLS Any Time, Anywhere
Most adolescents with intellectual disabilities live fairly dynamic lives, and the AFLS adapts by allowing anyone to use it any time, anywhere. The easy-to-understand approach is ideal for many, and the fact that this program is both affordable and customizable to any learner at any time makes it one of the best options available today.
Our comprehensive program provides a pathway towards successful teaching and learning, and the ability to track progress makes it particularly valuable. In total, the AFLS spans six interchangeable assessment protocols, providing over 1,900 skills across 66 areas.
Be sure to take a look at our success stories to see how the Assessment of Functional Living Skills has worked for others and contact us if you have any questions. Feel free to explore our site to learn more and place your order for the AFLS today.