Blood Draw Toolkit
Caregiver and clinician tool to guide people with IDD through a blood draw procedure
* Published on October 13, 2020
Blood Draw Toolkit is a treatment package involving systematic desensitization, relaxation strategies, a social story, video model, visual supports and both positive and differential reinforcement is used within this toolkit. Caregivers and clinicians alike will be guided through the process of progressively teaching an individual with a developmental disability to both tolerate and engage in a blood draw procedure while remaining calm at each step.
This toolkit can be used with both children and adults with a developmental disability. Factors that might affect the success of this intervention are also outlined.
(M.ADS, Senior Behaviour Therapist, Surrey Place)
(M.ADS, BCBA, Senior Behaviour Therapist, Surrey Place)
How to cite this tool
Blood Draw Toolkit: A resource for individuals with developmental disabilities. Fox, J., Taylor, K., Surrey Place, Toronto, 2019.
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