Community Success Software helps students with developmental disabilities, including autism, prepare for community outings and eventual independence. But learning these skills is a complex process. First, you need to master a myriad of social interactions: What do you say to a store clerk? Who gets off an elevator first? It also requires execution of step-by-step sequences: find crosswalk, push “walk,” wait for “walk” sign, stay in crosswalk. Plus it’s helpful to have a working knowledge of how businesses function: Can a restaurant call you a cab? How much do I tip the driver?
The all-new Community Success Software covers these skills and more in an easy-to-navigate, engaging program. It focuses on 24 important activities, like Riding the Bus, Grocery Shopping, and Movie Theater. Information is made accessible through video modeling, photo-based directions, talking stories, and vivid illustrations of social behaviors.
Videos take place in actual locations. Photos illustrate activities step by step. The short stories feature professional narration with highlighted text and emphasize safety, activity tips, and relevant vocabulary. Keep track of student scores, assign specific activities, and print out Step, Social Skill, and Story pages from PDFs.
|Subject||Life Skills, Shopping, Social Skills|
|Platform||Windows, Mac, iOS|
|Media Type||CD, Download|