Because various learning disabilities are often caused by Fragile X syndrome, many teachers, caregivers, and parents find it necessary to develop a unique curriculum for people with FXS.
According to research from the U.S. National Library of Medicine, “Most males with fragile X syndrome have mild to moderate intellectual disability, while about one-third of affected females are intellectually disabled.” For many, it can be difficult to generate learning programs that are successful, but the Assessment of Functional Living Skills represents a perfect way to assess and track progress across a number of different areas.
The Assessment of Functional Living Skills, also known as the AFLS, is a tool that can be used to assess various skills and keep track of the results. It also acts as a curriculum guide for developing the essential skills that people with Fragile X syndrome need.
One of the most beneficial aspects of the AFLS is that it can be used any time, anywhere by a variety of different people. For example, parents and teachers can collaborate with one another to measure the progression of skills. Its affordability and ease of customization make it a great tool to help people with Fragile X syndrome to meet their goals.
By providing learners with disabilities an opportunity to be active within their communities, the AFLS builds both skills and confidence at any skill level.
It’s Easy to Develop Your Own Program
With the AFLS, you get a strong foundation to build programs that meet your own specific needs. With six protocols, there are endless possibilities to tweak the curriculum in a way that works for you.
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