11/14 Introduction to the Functional Living Skills (The AFLS) Workshop: Administration, Analysis and Program Development for Individuals of All Ages with a Diagnosis of Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities

Thursday, November 14, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

The AFLS introductory workshop will provide participants with the knowledge, skills and tools to analyze and track a learner’s functional living skills and develop an individualized teaching program to help a learner become less dependent upon assistance from others. Participants will learn how to conduct an AFLS assessment and transfer the results tot he skills tracking grids. An emphasis will be placed on helping parents, other caregivers, and educators identify and prioritize functional skills the learner needs to develop.

Participants will be able to:

  • Identify the differences between functional and basic/conceptual skills
  • Identify 6 broad clusters of functional skills
  • Identify at least 66 specific skill repertoire
  • Identify safety precautions that must be implemented when assessing a learner’s functional skills
  • Score the AFLS, complete the tracking grids for learners, and update an existing assessment
  • Conduct a task analysis of functional and common daily activities


Location: CKEC Training Center, 2331 Fortune Drive, Lexington KY 40509