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Dynamic hands-on career education specifically designed to maximize the potential of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities that provides the opportunity to explore careers and learn about their passions and interests. Individuals are motivated and have fun as they learn about careers and develop life and social skills.

Ph.D. Developed,

Dr. Amy Spriggs, Ph.D. Autism Expert, University of Kentucky

 

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Video Modeling,

Additional Evidence-based Practices:

Visual Schedules

System of Least Prompts and Time Delay

Supports Academic Standards and Alternate Assessments

Progress Monitoring

Differentiated Levels of Instruction

Outstanding Outcomes!

Average % increase of pre-post tests across all students

61.7%

 

How to Plan for Success

The Right Curriculum For Outstanding Outcomes For Every Student

Autism Career Education

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HEAR IT.

Adapted Student Instruction with Visual    and Audio Supports

Assessments with Audio

Watch video model sample

SEE IT.

Video Modeling

Real-Life Photography Throughout

Visual Schedules

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Students love learning and exploring with hands-on activities.

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Real Tools and Equipment

Hands-On Activities

Role Plays, Situation Cards and Bingo Games

Watch our students in action

For our teachers:

Data sheets

Math & Vocabulary activities

Vocabulary Boards and Cards

Project Discovery makes teaching career  education easy.

Student Test Scores
& Self-Esteem Soar!

“We loved the Project Discovery kits and were very impressed with them. The students loved the video modeling! One student tried the table service kit and liked it so much she’s thinking of a job in a restaurant. We would never have known of her interest or abilities in this area if not for the Project Discovery materials.”

LAUREN WHITTAKER, SPECIAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR  GEORGE ROGER CLARK HIGH SCHOOL, WINCHESTER, KY

“We are so excited that our Beta sites’ test scores are showing double digit increases and skill levels have dramatically improved!”

DR. SPRIGGS, SENIOR PROJECT DEVELOPER, AUTISM EXPERT   UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY

“This has been like Christmas to me…..I would give anything to have the entire set of kits!”

KAREN BAIN, SPECIAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, BARDSTOWN, KY

“I think the video modeling is a key part of Project Discovery that other functional programs overlook.”

ELENA HITCH, SPECIAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR  WOODFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, VERSAILLES, KY

ALL YOUR STUDENTS CAN BE JOB READY. LIFE READY.

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