Figuring out how to provide the best possible level of care for people with developmental disabilities can be a difficult task to undertake. If you are a parent, teacher, or caregiver for a person with developmental disabilities, the good news is that the Assessment of Functional Living Skills offers a unique way to create a custom curriculum to teach basic skills across a variety of categories.
The team at Functional Living Skills dedicated years of research before developing the curriculum within the AFLS. The result is a program that can assess functional, practical, and essential skills for everyday life.
How the AFLS Works
The AFLS is comprised of protocols on basic living skills, home skills, community participation skills, school skills, vocational skills,and independent living skills. This makes it easy to use and customize regardless of the specific goals and needs at hand. For example, because you can choose the protocols that meet your needs, you can tailor a curriculum that works for people with developmental disabilities whether they are children, adolescents, or adults.
Modules are connected by shared goals and unifying themes to allow for maximized potential in learning. Multiple modules can be combined in a way that works best for you.
Perfect for Parents, Teachers, or Caregivers
As we mentioned above, the AFLS was designed to be used by anyone at any time. In other words, whoever is providing care for a person with developmental disabilities can pick up and keep track of both goals and progress seamlessly.
The most versatile assessment system on the market, the AFLS can provide you with the skills and tools to analyze and track a learner’s skills and develop a fully custom learning program.