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Oregon Deafblind project - Developing Routines - Prompts
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Developing Routines & Documenting Student Progress

Using Prompts

Children who are deafblind need prompts to learn routines. There are different levels of prompts that range from direct intervention to natural environmental cues. As children learn routines, the educational team member must look for opportunities to fade the level and frequency of the prompt. Allowing the child to become prompt reliant decreases the opportunity for participation and independence. The decreasing sequence of prompt levels is as follows:

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