LINKS® Curriculum

Preview the LINKS Curriculum ProgramThe Links Curriculum (Linking Assessment and Instruction for Independence) is an evidence-based, comprehensive, web-based curriculum to teach upper elementary, secondary, and post-secondary students with autism and other developmental disabilities to be independent across school, community and vocational routines.

The Links Curriculum includes detailed lesson plans, visual support materials, data systems, and assessment.  Links also features academic, small group, and independent work activities.  Links is designed to promote student independence in natural environments. The Links online system utilizes a curriculum-based skill assessment and an observed routine assessment (ORA) to identify target areas for instruction.  Links task-analyzed routines can be individualized to meet the needs of every student.  The Links school, community and vocational lesson plans provide instructional staff with the tools necessary to teach both individual skills and independence in daily routines.

  • Evidence-Based
  • Research Validated
  • ABA Based
  • Award Winning

Connecting Assessment and Instruction for Independence

1 Select
Routines

2 Individualize
Routines

3 Assess
Routine

4 Teach
Links Lessons

5 Track
Student Progress

6 Re-evaluate

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