The purpose of this case study was to highlight the use of Microsoft® PowerPoint® to construct a computerized activity schedule for an adult with acquired brain injury. We also questioned whether teaching the individual schedule following skills would increase his initiation of and engagement in leisure and domestic activities. Computer activity schedule teaching was shown to increase on-task and on-schedule behavior, both of which remained high when the schedule was resequenced. Schedule following skills were also shown to generalize to novel activities. Computer schedules might thus serve a supportive role in adult brain injury rehabilitation.
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