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Errorless Learning

Some of our children do not learn as successfully from their mistakes as others, and might even repeat them despite multiple follow-up corrections.

In addition to that, the frustration related to the incorrect responses from trial-and-error learning can sometimes trigger problem behaviours of tantrums, aggression, or even self-injury.

How does errorless learning work?

Before the child makes an incorrect response, we provide a prompt to make sure the child makes a correct response.

While the child gets more proficient in the skill, prompts will be gradually faded to promote independent responding.

With increased frequency of correct responses, the child is also getting more praise and access to reinforcements, which makes the learning process much more positive and motivating!


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