Video Futures Project

As an intervention strategy, Video Self-Modeling uses carefully planned and edited positive self-images of adaptive-only behavior on video to change the frequency or quality of a person's behavior. As a positive behavior support it often facilitates a myriad of special education learning situations where other methods have failed: transitions, job interviews, speech intelligibility, reducing anxiety, activities of daily living such as mobility and dressing, anger management, dating behavior.

All the information on our old site about Video Futures is now located in our Video Futures Project Accessible pdf.  

For more information on Futures you can go to a current Creating Futures website put on through the Center on Disability Studies in Hawaii.

Contact CHD

UAA Center for Human Development
2702 Gambell St. Suite 103
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Ph: (907) 272-8270
1 (800) 243-2199
TTY: (907) 264-6206
Fax: (907) 274-4802