Software tools for Coaching Social interaction

Job embedded training provides a teaching strategy with each click

The Enlightened Shadowing Interactive solution grid  gives easy access to strategies and tools for facilitating social interaction.

Document Progress with no additional effort

No more making lists of what a child can't do. Effortlessly Track progress as you seek more complex strategies because the child's interactions and motivation have improved!

Share what works with the child's whole team

Generate individualized reports for caregivers and teams to share effective strategies, target goals, and maintain consistency.

Interactive Solutions Grid provides planning and tracking

Strategies are available for all levels of motivation, from children we desire interaction, to those who are currently feeling avoidant. Simply find the motivation level and decide if you need ideas for entering, sustaining, or transitioning during play.

The Grid provides job-embedded training by supplying 1-1 aides and parents the just-right strategy for each part of the child's inclusive day. 

No more long training days. Instead, each click offers another technique. 

And each time your staff revisits the Solutions grid, they are being immersed in a rich framework that invites reflection on the child's needs and strengths.

Progress tracking without additional effort


Progress is tracked without additional effort  as strategies are chosen for more complex  motivation and endurance.

When multiple users support the child, the grid will provide insights into not only student progress but also staff training needs, and indicators about which strategies work most often across settings.

This same data can also inform district-wide training initiatives without taking any time away from teacher-student interactions.

Individualized "tip sheets" keep the child's whole team on the same page

It can be hard to get the whole team together, or to share strategies between home and school. With the customized tip sheets, everyone has a practical listicle of the strategies that are most helpful for the individual student. 

Because conversations are focused around what to do (vs. what the child couldn't do) meetings are more productive, less draining, and improve home-school connections.