PEAT can provide individual intervention for children and young people with ASD (or suspected) who are facing some sort of disengagement or exclusion from their education.
This one to one support would be provided by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst who can work across both the home and school environments for consistency providing recommendations and strategies for parents, teachers, teaching assistants, home tutors and education welfare.
In this instance the Behaviour Analyst will address the needs of the child/young person looking at the behaviour, when and why the behaviour (s) occurs and effective intervention for positive behaviour change and support.
This support is not time-limited.
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PEAT professionally credentialed Behaviour Analysts are available to provide in house training to schools and other organisations for autism and behaviour management.
Training by PEAT professionals is ideal for teachers and support staff. All courses provide practical examples of real life situations and behaviours that may manifest in school.
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This app is part of a project, funded by The Big Lottery Fund Northern Ireland, to support young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Created by SERG at Ulster University, under the direction of PEAT and collaborating partners at Ulster University and Queenâ€™s University Belfast.
Virtual Buddy: This app is designed for the teenage market to help increase independent life skills, other skills such as academics and will help problem solve with a built-in 'help' feature. This app provides a gamification aspect withÂ users having to complete all task sections in order to 'unlock' the prize or the next level.
This app is supported via a dedicated web portal that can be accessed here:
Note: Registration and authorised access to the App and Web Portal can be arranged on an individual basis by contacting PEATÂ - email@example.com or telephone 0044 (0) 28 9032 4482.
Key app features include:
- Life-logging of emotions and behaviourÂ
- Daily prompting and reminders to complete specific tasks
- Task management and completion via parent validation
- Rewards system, where users gain stars for completing tasks. These stars can be cashed in for personalised rewards (as set by the parent)
- Individual log in for the child and associated web portal login for the parent
- Emergency priority calling
- Location geofencing and alerting
- A personalised 'Get me home' feature, where parents can get notified if their child is lost
- NFC validation of tasks where the parent uses a personalised NFC card to scan the phone and reward the child.
Behaviour Monitoring Tool:Â This app maked it easier for professionals and parents to directly record occurrences of behaviour that may be preventing inclusivity either at home or in school. The clean, drop-down menus can make recording data easy to do while providing vital information for the behaviour analyst. Data is uploaded to a server which can then be analysed.Â
To access the LifePal app through the Google Play Store follow the link. Compatible with Android.