Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) is an instructional technique designed to develop academic, language and communication skills in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and allied traumatic brain injury and genetic disorders such as cerebral palsy, down’s syndrome etc. RPM uses a "Teach-Ask" paradigm for eliciting responses through intensive verbal, auditory, visual and/or tactile prompts.

RPM is an education method that leads to communication. It uses empirical and rational approaches to teaching concepts. RPM is a method that through practice, patience and consistency can be used by parents and professionals with their students. This workshop will expand opportunities to students, parents and professionals’ information, exposure, instruction and training in Rapid Prompting Method

Date: 23 - 25 April, 2015

Place: Jamia Hamdard Convention Center, New Delhi

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Learning Objectives

  1. Improving communication for persons with autism and similar disorders.
  2. To bring the student to maximum learning through the open learning channel.
  3. To elicit the best out of the child to enable maximum output in that given time

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