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Independent Living Skills: How to Read a Prescription Label

An educational teaching resource from Adulting Life Skills Resources entitled Independent Living Skills: How to Read a Prescription Label downloadable at Teach Simple.
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The How to Read a Prescription Label is a Special Education life skills activity that aids in teaching high school students how to read a pill bottle, including medication warnings and drug interactions.

The use of this Independent Living Skills resource will allow students to engage in the following:

• What to look for on a prescription label

• Defining and discussing basic prescription warnings

• Defining and discussing examples of drug interactions

• Here are some sample questions to ask your doctor when you receive a prescription for medication

• Here are some questions you can ask your pharmacist about your prescription

• To increase knowledge, there are multiple samples of prescription labels with questions

There are 35 reading comprehension questions in this Independent Living Skills resource!

This activity will assist high school students in developing the necessary life skills to become more independent at school, at home, and in their communities.

A great place to use this handout is in special education classes or one-to-one settings, such as ABA therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) sessions.

High school students working on independent living would benefit significantly from this activity for defining, setting, and measuring IEP goals.

In addition to interactive instruction, this resource is ideal for hands-on and community-based learning.

Engage your special education class with this highly interactive High School Independent Living Skills Activity!

This activity contains step-by-step instructions, questions, and answers that reinforce learning, age-appropriate graphics, real-world examples, and ideas for implementation.

This is the perfect special education activity for grade 10, grade 11, grade 12, and autism life skill centers.

This special education life skills handout was designed to assist teens and adults with difficulties developing independent living skills.

It's a printable, easy-to-use activity ready to hand out!

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A PDF with 17 unique pages. Color and black-and-white versions of each page are available for this pdf resource.

Resource Tags

Autism Safety Resources Personal Safety Passages Independent Living Skills IEP Goal-Oriented Skills Autism Resource for Parent Life Skills for Autistic Teens and Adults Adulting on the Spectrum Social and Emotional Learning Life Skills for Teens Life Skills for Adults

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