Intro to ABBLS and AFFLS

Report
Our Innovative Grant
Putting the pieces of transition together
Presented by Amy Slama, Amy Mazankowski
and Sonja Chatfield-Peetz
ESU 7 Transition Team
Agenda

What do the State Results tell us

How can we address it in our area

Our Grant proposal
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What is the AFLS
Please do tell……
What did the State’s
Performance Plan (SPP) and
Annual Performance Report
(ARP) tell us?
The following slides are used with permission from Rita Hammit-NDE. This
Data was presented at NASES- March 28, 2014
Federal Requirements
State’s Performance Plan (SPP) and Annual
Performance Report (APR) are based on 20 Part B
Indicators,
4 specific to Secondary Transition:
Indicator 1
% of youth who graduate
Indicator 2
% of youth who drop out
Indicator 13
% of youth w/ transition components in the IEP
Indicator 14
% of youth who achieve post-school outcomes
4
Critical Interrelationships for Achieving PSO
(APR and SPP)
Quality IEPs
(Indicator 13)
13
2
Staying in
School
(Indicator 2)
1
4
Positive Post-school
Outcomes
(Indicator 14)
1
Graduating
(Indicator 1)
5
Kohler (NSTTAC), 2007
Post School Outcome Targets
Within One Year of exiting High School
Target A- % enrolled Higher Education
-40.9%)
(NE
Target B -% enrolled in Higher education
or competitively employed (NE-66.2%)
Target C -% Enrolled in Higher education
or training program, or competitively
employed or in some other employment (NE84.6%)
Definitions
Higher Education
Competitive Employment
Other Postsecondary
Education or Training
Other Employment
• enrolled full- or part-time
• community college (2-year program)
• college/university (4- or more year program)
• 1 complete term
• worked for pay at or above the minimum wage
• setting with others who are nondisabled
• 20 hours a week
• 90 days at any time in the year since leaving high school
• includes military employment
• enrolled full- or part-time
• education or training program (e.g., adult education, vocational
technical school that is less than a 2-year program)
• 1 complete term
• worked for pay or been self-employed
• 90 days at any time since leaving high school
• includes working in a family business (e.g., farm, store,
fishing, ranching, catering services, etc.)
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District Performance Report
Trends in Postsecondary Education

% of students
previously/currently enrolled or
planning on enrolling in Fall term:
For 2013:
• 64% enrolled in community or
technical college
• 77% enrolled full time
• 32% received assistance with
schoolwork
• Main reasons not currently
enrolled:
–
–
–
–
15%
13%
12%
10%
Too expensive, can’t afford
Completed
School out of session
Deciding on future
Trends in Employment

% of students who have ever
worked since high school:
For 2013:
• 48% working full time (>35
hours)
• 67% earning more than
minimum wage
• Main reasons never had a job:
– 48% Do not have skills/ability to
work
– 16% In education program
– 15% Cannot find job
– 13% not interested in working
Trends in Adult Agencies
For 2013:
 Most utilized agency is
Vocational Rehabilitation
(21%)
 Main reasons adult agencies
not used:


48% Services not needed or not
requested
31% Never referred to any
agency
Targets

Target A: Enrolled in higher education within
one year of exit


Target B: Enrolled in higher education or
competitively employed within one year of exit


Goal: 40.9%
Goal: 66.2%
Target C: Enrolled in higher education,
competitively employed, enrolled in other
education, or other employment within one
year of exit

Goal: 84.6%
Target Trends
National and NE State PSO Data
National FFY 2009
National FFY 2010
100.0
State FFY 2009 (n = 930)
State FFY 2010 (n = 1085)
90.0
83.6
Percent of Respondents
80.0
72.5
70.0
65.2 63.8 63.2
57.2
56.3
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
80.5 80.7
72.5
39.4
26.8
39.1
35.6
29.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
Measure A
Measure B
Indicator 14 Measure
Measure C
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Data Sources: National aggregates FFY 2009 & 2010, Submitted 2/1/2011 & 2012, respectively; State data reported in the SPP FFY 2009 & APR FFY 2010.
NE Post-School Outcomes for 2010-11
School Year Leavers n = 1004
Not Engaged,
(195) 19%
Some Other
Employment,
(131) 13%
Other
Postsecondary
Ed or Training,
(44) 4%
Higher Ed.,
(357) 36%
Competitive
Employment,
(277) 28%
15
NE FFY 2010 APR
NDE Resources
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Federal Information Data
http://www.education.ne.gov/sped/data.html
Transition- Technical Assistance
http://ndetransition.site.esu9.org/announcements/
District ILCD Website- Portal
https://portal.education.ne.gov/site/DesktopDefault.aspx
Re-engaging Out of School Youth with Disabilities
http://www.education.ne.gov/sped/reentry.html
Annual Post School Outcome Methodology & Fact
Books http://ndetransition.site.esu9.org/ne-post-schooloutcomes/
What should we do..
Our plan
 What we did…
 What did we learn…
 How did we broaden our Grant….

My Other Brother Daryl
An Overview of The
Assessment of Functional
Living Skills
(The AFLS)
Developed by James W.
Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Parent or Team Questions…
What will my child be like when
he’s…
What will happen to my child
when I’m…
The answers depend on what the
learner is able to do for
himself!
Remember the skills…
ABBLS-R
Early language skills
Basic requests
labeling common items
Early developmental skills
imitation
play
Early learning concepts
Academic concepts
matching etc
544 skills including self help skills such as
dressing eating grooming and toileting
ABBLS-R Normative Data
So why AFLS.. What are the
Benefits?
Take care of themselves
Help themselves
Self Confidence
Improve school placement
Improve living options
Decrease need for support personnel
Personal freedom
Perception of others
Social opportunity
When should we start…
When learners are young
 Late elementary/middle school learners
 High School
 Older
 As soon as possible

What holds us back
Let me do it for you…
 I can do it faster…
 I don’t have time to…
 He can’t do it by himself…
 It’s my job as his parent (Para, Sister…)
 I don’t trust him to… CAUTION!!!!!

Functional Skills
Are needed to survive
 Are a cultural expectation
 Who is doing it if they can’t do it by
themselves.

The cost associated
with care for Americans
with ASD is
*Autism Society estimates based on UK study by Jarbrink K, Knapp M,
2001, London School of Economics: "The economic impact on autism in
Britain," 5 (1): 7-22.
NE ASD Network 2012
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These tools….
These tools are NOT
Disability Specific!!!
AFLS guide warning
Functional skills can involve many dangerous situations including skills demonstrated in and around
parking lots, traffic, moving vehicles, unknown people, stairs, appliances, electricity, tools,
public places, restaurants, and various other everyday settings and activities. NEVER put
assessment data before safety. ALWAYS, seek the assistance and advice of trusted
professionals for support and safety strategies prior to any direct testing of functional skills.
Many of the skills included in the AFLS are necessary for independent living and independent travel
in the community. The range of skills in the assessment varies widely. However, it is our
assumption that individuals whose skills are being assessed are under the direct supervision by
a responsible person who can ensure their safety. Full independence in all areas of a person’s
life requires sophisticated problem solving skills, refined generalization strategies to access
information, assistance, or support in novel settings, advanced planning repertoires, and many
other important skills not covered in the AFLS
When completing the AFLS, directly supervise the person whose skills are being assessed. Do not
leave the learner unattended. Do not create dangerous assessment situations. Plan ahead for
reasonable contingencies and avoid them. The AFLS should be completed by erring on the side
of caution. Use good judgment and “guesstimate” using the best available information to
record scores.
Basic Living Skills
Skill
Items
Self- Management
25
Basic Communication
22
Dressing
37
Toileting
41
Grooming
34
Bathing
13
Health, Safety & First Aid
39
Nighttime Routines
14
225 total skills
Graduated Independence

Each skill and subset are designed to
be a little more difficult in the area of
independence
Criteria explanation is Crucial
and Key

Don’t just explain, walk them thru it
Scoring

The AFLS is NOT a test!!!!

Score what you already know

Better to score lower than higher

Some skills may not be applicable

Some skills may not be applicable

Score not applicable
Assessment
Assess those items that learner may be
able to do safely
 Don’t try to assess skills that are not
important to the learner
 Or that may put the learner in danger

Jimmy
!!Learner:!Jimmy!10/6/99!
!!Assessor!!!!!!!!!!!Date!!!!!Color!Code!
Assessment of Functional Living Skills
Skills Tracking System
Mom!!!!!!!!!!5/12!
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!
Basic Living Skills
TL41
TL40
TL39
DR37
DR36
DR35
DR34
DR33
n a
n a
n a
SM20
SM19
SM18
SM17
SM16
SM15
SM14
SM13
SM12
SM11
SM10
SM9
SM8
SM7
DR21
DR20
DR19
DR18
DR17
DR16
DR15
BC18
BC17
BC16
BC15
BC14
BC13
BC12
BC11
BC10
BC9
BC8
BC7
BC6
BC5
BC4
BC3
BC2
BC1
SM6
SM5
SM4
SM3
SM2
SM1
SM
DR25
DR24
DR23
DR22
BC22
BC21
BC20
BC19
Self
Management
BC
n
a
Basic
GR28
GR27
GR26
GR25
TL
HS25
HS24
HS23
HS22
HS21
HS20
HS19
HS18
HS17
HS16
HS15
HS14
HS13
HS12
BT13
BT12
BT11
BT10
BT9
BT8
BT7
BT6
BT5
BT4
BT3
BT2
BT1
GR12
GR11
GR10
GR9
GR8
GR7
GR6
GR5
GR4
GR3
GR2
GR1
TL6
TL5
TL4
TL3
TL2
TL1
Dressing
n a
n a
n a
n a
GR24
GR23
GR22
GR21
GR20
GR19
GR18
GR17
GR16
GR15
GR14
GR13
TL12
TL11
TL10
TL9
TL8
TL7
Toileting
GR
n a
n a
n a
HS36
HS35
HS34
HS33
HS32
HS31
HS30
HS29
HS28
HS27
HS26
GR34
GR33
GR32
GR31
GR30
GR29
TL20
TL19
TL18
TL17
TL16
TL15
TL14
TL13
DR14
DR13
DR12
DR11
DR10
DR9
DR8
DR7
DR6
DR5
DR4
DR3
DR2
DR1
DR
n a
n a
n a
n a
n a
TL33
TL32
TL31
TL30
TL29
TL28
TL27
TL26
TL25
TL24
TL23
TL22
TL21
DR32
DR31
DR30
DR29
DR28
DR27
DR26
SM25
SM24
SM23
SM22
SM21
TL38
TL37
TL36
TL35
TL34
HS39
HS38
HS37
Grooming
Communication
BT
NR14
NR13
NR12
NR11
NR10
NR9
NR8
NR7
NR6
NR5
NR4
NR3
NR2
NR1
HS11
HS10
HS9
HS8
HS7
HS6
HS5
HS4
HS3
HS2
HS1
Bathing
HS Health, Safety
and First Aid
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NR
Nighttime
Routines
Joey
!!Learner:!Joey!10/19/01!
!!Assessor!!!!!!!!!!!Date!!!!!Color!Code!
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Skills Tracking System
Mom!!!!!!!!!!!5/12!
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!
Basic Living Skills
TL41
TL40
TL39
DR37
DR36
DR35
DR34
DR33
n a
n a
n a
SM20
SM19
SM18
SM17
SM16
SM15
SM14
SM13
SM12
SM11
SM10
SM9
SM8
SM7
DR21
DR20
DR19
DR18
DR17
DR16
DR15
BC18
BC17
BC16
BC15
BC14
BC13
BC12
BC11
BC10
BC9
BC8
BC7
BC6
BC5
BC4
BC3
BC2
BC1
SM6
SM5
SM4
SM3
SM2
SM1
SM
DR25
DR24
DR23
DR22
BC22
BC21
BC20
BC19
Self
Management
BC
n
a
Basic
GR28
GR27
GR26
GR25
HS22
HS21
HS20
HS19
HS18
HS17
HS16
HS15
HS14
HS13
HS12
BT13
BT12
BT11
BT10
BT9
BT8
BT7
BT6
BT5
BT4
BT3
BT2
BT1
GR12
GR11
GR10
GR9
GR8
GR7
GR6
GR5
GR4
GR3
GR2
GR1
TL6
TL5
TL4
TL3
TL2
TL1
TL
HS25
HS24
HS23
GR24
GR23
GR22
GR21
GR20
GR19
GR18
GR17
GR16
GR15
GR14
GR13
TL12
TL11
TL10
TL9
TL8
TL7
Dressing
HS36
HS35
HS34
HS33
HS32
HS31
HS30
HS29
HS28
HS27
HS26
GR34
GR33
GR32
GR31
GR30
GR29
TL20
TL19
TL18
TL17
TL16
TL15
TL14
TL13
DR14
DR13
DR12
DR11
DR10
DR9
DR8
DR7
DR6
DR5
DR4
DR3
DR2
DR1
DR
n a
n a
n a
n a
n a
TL33
TL32
TL31
TL30
TL29
TL28
TL27
TL26
TL25
TL24
TL23
TL22
TL21
DR32
DR31
DR30
DR29
DR28
DR27
DR26
SM25
SM24
SM23
SM22
SM21
TL38
TL37
TL36
TL35
TL34
HS39
HS38
HS37
Toileting
GR
Grooming
Communication
BT
NR14
NR13
NR12
NR11
NR10
NR9
NR8
NR7
NR6
NR5
NR4
NR3
NR2
NR1
HS11
HS10
HS9
HS8
HS7
HS6
HS5
HS4
HS3
HS2
HS1
Bathing
HS Health, Safety
and First Aid
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NR
Nighttime
Routines
Home Skills
Home skills
Items
Meals at home
29
Dishes
18
Clothing & Laundry
30
Housekeeping & chores
34
Household Mechanics
35
Leisure
25
Kitchen
37
Cooking
43
251 Total
Motivation
Incorporate what is liked from other skills
into leisure activities, expand.
Jimmy
!!Learner:!Jimmy!10/6/99!
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Skills Tracking System
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Home Skills
CG43
CG42
CG41
CG40
HC34
HC33
HC32
HC31
HC30
HC29
CL30
CL29
CL28
CL27
CL26
MH29
MH28
MH27
MH26
MH25
MH24
MH23
MH22
MH21
MH20
MH19
MH18
MH17
MH16
MH6
MH5
MH4
MH3
MH2
MH1
MH
CL25
CL24
CL23
CL22
CL21
CL20
CL19
CL18
CL17
CL16
CL15
CL14
CL13
DS18
DS17
DS16
DS15
DS14
DS13
DS12
DS11
DS10
DS9
DS8
DS7
DS6
DS5
DS4
DS3
DS2
DS1
MH15
MH14
MH13
MH12
MH11
MH10
MH9
MH8
MH7
Meals at
Home
DS
HC28
HC27
HC26
HC25
HC24
HC23
HC22
HC21
HC20
HC19
HC18
HC17
HC16
HC15
HC14
HC13
HC12
HC11
HC10
CL12
CL11
CL10
CL9
CL8
CL7
CL6
HC9
HC8
HC7
HC6
CL5
CL4
CL3
CL2
CL1
Dishes
CL
HC5
HC4
HC3
HC2
HC1
Clothing &
Laundry
HC Housekeeping
and Chores
KT37
KT36
KT35
KT34
HM35
HM34
HM33
HM32
HM31
HM30
HM29
HM28
HM27
HM26
HM25
HM24
KT33
KT32
KT31
KT30
KT29
KT28
KT27
LS25
LS24
LS23
LS22
LS21
LS20
LS19
LS18
LS17
LS16
LS15
LS14
LS13
LS12
LS11
HM18
HM17
HM16
HM15
HM14
HM13
HM12
HM11
HM10
HM9
HM8
HM7
HM6
HM5
HM4
HM3
HM2
HM1
KT23
KT22
KT21
KT20
KT19
KT18
KT17
Houshold
Mechanics
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CG12
CG11
CG10
CG9
CG8
CG7
CG6
CG5
CG4
CG3
CG2
CG1
KT11
KT10
KT9
KT8
KT7
KT6
KT5
KT4
KT3
KT2
KT1
Leisure
KT
a
CG21
CG20
CG19
CG18
CG17
CG16
CG15
CG14
CG13
KT16
KT15
KT14
KT13
KT12
LS10
LS9
LS8
LS7
LS6
LS5
LS4
LS3
LS2
LS1
n
CG30
CG29
CG28
CG27
CG26
CG25
CG24
CG23
CG22
KT26
KT25
KT24
HM23
HM22
HM21
HM20
HM19
HM
CG39
CG38
CG37
CG36
CG35
CG34
CG33
CG32
CG31
Kitchen
CG
Cooking
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!!Learner:!Joey!10/19/01!
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Home Skills
CG43
CG42
CG41
CG40
HC34
HC33
HC32
HC31
HC30
HC29
CL30
CL29
CL28
CL27
CL26
MH29
MH28
MH27
MH26
MH25
MH24
MH23
MH22
MH21
MH20
MH19
MH18
MH17
MH16
MH6
MH5
MH4
MH3
MH2
MH1
MH
CL25
CL24
CL23
CL22
CL21
CL20
CL19
CL18
CL17
CL16
CL15
CL14
CL13
DS18
DS17
DS16
DS15
DS14
DS13
DS12
DS11
DS10
DS9
DS8
DS7
DS6
DS5
DS4
DS3
DS2
DS1
MH15
MH14
MH13
MH12
MH11
MH10
MH9
MH8
MH7
Meals at
Home
DS
HC28
HC27
HC26
HC25
HC24
HC23
HC22
HC21
HC20
HC19
HC18
HC17
HC16
HC15
HC14
HC13
HC12
HC11
HC10
CL12
CL11
CL10
CL9
CL8
CL7
CL6
HC9
HC8
HC7
HC6
CL5
CL4
CL3
CL2
CL1
Dishes
CL
HC5
HC4
HC3
HC2
HC1
Clothing &
Laundry
HC Housekeeping
and Chores
KT37
KT36
KT35
KT34
HM35
HM34
HM33
HM32
HM31
HM30
HM29
HM28
HM27
HM26
HM25
HM24
KT33
KT32
KT31
KT30
KT29
KT28
KT27
LS25
LS24
LS23
LS22
LS21
LS20
LS19
LS18
LS17
LS16
LS15
LS14
LS13
LS12
LS11
HM18
HM17
HM16
HM15
HM14
HM13
HM12
HM11
HM10
HM9
HM8
HM7
HM6
HM5
HM4
HM3
HM2
HM1
KT23
KT22
KT21
KT20
KT19
KT18
KT17
Houshold
Mechanics
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CG12
CG11
CG10
CG9
CG8
CG7
CG6
CG5
CG4
CG3
CG2
CG1
KT11
KT10
KT9
KT8
KT7
KT6
KT5
KT4
KT3
KT2
KT1
Leisure
KT
a
CG21
CG20
CG19
CG18
CG17
CG16
CG15
CG14
CG13
KT16
KT15
KT14
KT13
KT12
LS10
LS9
LS8
LS7
LS6
LS5
LS4
LS3
LS2
LS1
n
CG30
CG29
CG28
CG27
CG26
CG25
CG24
CG23
CG22
KT26
KT25
KT24
HM23
HM22
HM21
HM20
HM19
HM
CG39
CG38
CG37
CG36
CG35
CG34
CG33
CG32
CG31
Kitchen
CG
Cooking
Community Participation Skills
Community Participation Skills
Items
Basic Mobility
41
Community Knowledge
32
Shopping
48
Eat in Public
27
Money
15
Phone
29
Time
20
Social Awareness & Manners
47
259 Total
Jimmy
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!!Assessor!!!!!!!!!!!Date!!!!!Color!Code!
Mom!!!!!!!!!!!5/12!
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SH48
SH47
SH46
SH45
SH44
SH43
SH42
SH41
SH40
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MB7
MB6
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MB3
MB2
MB1
MB Basic Mobility
Assessment of Functional Living Skills
Skills Tracking System
Community Participation Skills
SA47
SA46
SA45
SA44
SA43
SA42
SA41
SA40
SA39
SA38
SA37
SA36
SA35
SA34
SA33
SA32
SA31
SA30
SA29
SA28
SA27
SA26
SA25
SA24
SA23
SA22
SA21
SA20
SA19
SA18
SA17
SA16
SA15
SA14
SA13
SA12
SA11
SA10
SA9
SA8
SA7
SA6
SA5
SA4
SA3
SA2
SA1
SH39
SH38
SH37
SH36
SH35
SH34
SH33
CK32
CK31
CK30
CK29
CK28
CK27
CK26
CK25
CK24
CK23
CK22
CK21
CK20
CK19
CK18
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School Skills
Items
Classroom Mechanics
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Routines and Expectations
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Meals at School
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Social Skills
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Technology
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Common Knowledge
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Core Academics
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Applied Academics
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Future Modules Coming
Soon
Vocational Skills Module
 Independent Living Skills Module
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Our Action Statement to our
Participants
Based on the information presented, pick
one thing from this presentation you
will take back to your District and
implement.
(We then provided mentoring
opportunities to get each of them
started on their path)
References
Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other
Developmental Disabilities, Behavior Analysts, Inc.
The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills Revised (ABLLS®-R)
WebABLLS is the online assessment, curriculum guide, and skills
tracking system that mirrors The ABLLS-R in an electronic
format.
James W. Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D of Partington Behavior
Analysts and Michael M. Mueller, Ph.D., BCBA-D of
Stimulus present: AFLS®- The Assessment of Functional
Living Skills
http://www.partingtonbehavioranalysts.com/

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