Teenage Switch Progressions
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Teenage Switch Progressions is a control switch training program designed for use by teenagers with upper extremity disabilities. This program includes five simulation activities designed for those making the transition from randomly activating a single switch to activating a switch with specific timing. The skills taught include cause and effect (level 0) and attending to extended tasks (level 1), following directions (level 2), and responding to visual or auditory computer information (levels 3 and 4). Each activity can be selected at any level. Other adjustable parameters include reaction speed, penalty (for inattention or inappropriate activation), length of reinforcement, reinforcement upon switch hit or release, and auditory feedback. The graphics are age appropriate and the program enable the user to record music for use with the program. This program can be accessed using a switch, a touch screen, MouseClick, or the keyboard spacebar. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers or Apple Macintosh computers.
119.00 to 59.00
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