Level 1 – Module 42019-02-19T13:29:10+00:00

LEVEL I – Comprehensive course

Module 4

Intervention models of reference

a) Intervention models based on scientific evidence.

  • Relevance of scientific evidence.
  • Different models of intervention.

b) Modelo Teacch

  •  Structuredteaching/education.
  • TEACCH principles.
  • Organization of the environment.
  • Temporal organization of tasks.
  • Individualization.
  • Visual support.

c) Intervention with challenging behaviours since the Positive Behavioural Support.

  • Definition of challenging behaviour.
  • Phases of the Positive Behavioural Support.
  • Prevention strategies from the Positive Behavioural Support.

d) Alternative and augmentative communication systems.

  • Relevance of the communication.
  • Typology of alternative and augmentative communication systems: PECS, Schaeffer, Multimodality.
  • Relevance of visual language.

e) Quality of LifeModel.

  • Definition.
  • Quality of life dimensions.
  • Indicators and application proposals.

f) Developmental models: understanding people with ASD.

  • Developmental characteristics.
  • Implications for learning.
  1. Reflect of professional skills necessary to intervene in different contexts with people with ASD.
  2. Analyze intervention models of reference in autism.
  3. Analyze strategies that allow developing models of reference in intervention.
  4. Know different methodologies and types of supports for the implementation of intervention programmes.
  5. Know tools for the design and assessment of intervention programmes.
  6. Identify guidelines and developmental processes of people with ASD.
  7. Describe the quality of life model.

The trainees have to carry out 4 theoretical-practical activities. In addition, they must have to do a self-assessment test of 20 items, which that will be considered approved, provided that at least 75% of the questions are answered correctly.

Self assessment questionnaire