The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) is an assessment, skills tracking system, and curriculum guide for the development of essential skills for achieving independence. It can be used to demonstrate a learner's current functional skill repertoire and provide tracking information for the progressive development of these skills throughout the lifespan. The AFLS contains task analyses of many of the skills essential for participation in a wide range of family, community, and work environments and can be used simultaneously with the ABLLS®-R.
The Home Skills Module includes: -Meals at Home -Dishes -Clothing and Laundry -Housekeeping and Chores -Household Mechanics -Leisure -Kitchen -Cooking
Page Count: 57 pages
Protocol Sample: Kitchen Skills
Protocol Sample: Chores
Download the Home Skills Grid
By Dr. James Partington, BCBA-D, and Dr. Michael Mueller, BCBA-D.