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"Virtual" Brake Adjustments

Virtual Treatment - Fact Sheet

Virtual Treatment - Instruction Sheet 

Virtual Treatment - Log Sheets 

Toolbox Service Bay - Posters

Disclaimer: Beaker image created by Mr. R. Lavoie

1. Self Management - The Starting Line

Self Management Starting Line - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

FAQ- Behaviour & "Rage"

FAQ- Treatment (Other)

Video- Kids Do Well If They Can

Video- What's Your Explanation

Video- Being Responsive

Handout: Strategy Sheet- Putting the Brakes on Rage

Practice Materials:

Handout: Beaker Measurement

Handout: Beaker- Key Chain

Handout: Beaker Check-Ins

2. What Fills My Beaker?

What Fills My Beaker - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Video- Check Your Lenses

Practice Materials:

Handout: What Fills My Beaker?

Handout: Which Leaky Brake Is It? -worksheet

Handout: Lagging Skills & Unsolved Problems Inventory

3. How Do I Know My Beaker is Filling?

How do I Know my Beaker is Filling? Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: How Do I know My Beaker is Filling?

Handout: Body Outlines

Handout: Early Warning Signs

4. How Do I Empty My Beaker?

How Do I Empty my Beaker? Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: How Do I Empty My Beaker?

Handout: Practice Emptying Your Beaker

5. Taking a Detour

Taking a Detour - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: I Need A Detour If...

Handout: I Take A Detour By...

Practice Materials:

Handout: I Need A Detour (English)

6. Stress Techniques

Stress Techniques - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: What Is Tension & Stress?

Handout: What Does Relax Mean?

Handout: Breathing Triangle

Practice Materials:

Handout: Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) script

7. Leaky Brake- Friendly Problem Solving

Leaky Brakes Friendly Problem Solving - Video Transcript

Practice Materials:

Video: Solve Problems Collaboratively & Proactively

Video: Plan B with Family

Video: Plan B Errors

Handout: Baskets A, B and C

Handout: So Which Basket is it?

Handout: Basket B for Leaky Brakes!

Handout: I Know That I'm in Basket B When...

Handout: Common Basket B Errors

Handout: Solutions vs. Concerns

Handout: Plan B Cheat Sheet


Podcast- Collaborative Problem-Solving Part I

Podcast- Collaborative Problem-Solving Part II

8. Practicing Your Skills

Practicing Your Skills - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: Importance of Assignments

Practice Materials:

Handout: Mapping Basket B

9. Keeping Up Your Skills

Keeping up your Skills - Video Transcript

Associated Materials:

Handout: How Will I Remember Everything I Learned?!

Practice Materials:

Handout: Look How Far You've Come!!!

Apps- Reminders (iTunes; Google Play)

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