will demonstrate adequate housekeeping skills with/without assistance at ______ percent/frequency as measured by _____________.
1 Keep own room neat.
2 Pick up and put away possessions.
3 Tidy up room.
4 Clean bathroom.
5 Clean kitchen counters and table top.
6 Sweep/mop the floor.
7 Vacuum rugs/carpets.
8 Dust flat/nonflat surfaces.
9 Make a bed.
10 Empty trash/ wastebaskets.
11 Take care of clothing.
12 Use a washer and dryer.
will pick up toys and keep the room neat at _____ level/percent for ____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by ________________.
1 Pick up toys when prompted.
2 Put toys in assigned places.
3 Identify when toys are out of place.
4 Initiate picking up toys without prompting.
will clean glass (windows and mirrors) appropriately at _____ level/percent for ____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by ____________.
1 Identify when surface needs cleaning.
2 Get materials.
3 Squeeze/spray appropriate amount of cleaner onto surface.
4 Rub top to bottom and side to side and around edges.
5 Dry the surface.
6 Put the materials away.
will sweep the floor appropriately at a ______ level/percent for ____ out of ___ opportunities as measured by ______________.
1 identify when the floor needs sweeping.
2 Assemble materials.
3 Hold broom with two hands.
4 Sweep central floor area.
5 Sweep edges, corners and under counters.
6 Sweep dirt into a pile.
7 Sweep dirt into the dust pan and empty pan into basket.
8 Put materials away.
will mop the floor appropriately at a ________ level/percent for ____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by ________________.
1 Identify when the floor is dirty.
2 Assemble materials.
3 Fill the bucket and add cleaner.
4 Insert and squeeze mop.
5 Mop the central floor area.
6 Mop edges. corners and under counters.
7 Rinse and squeeze out mop as needed.
8 Empty bucket when through.
9 Rinse mop and bucket and put materials away.
will vacuum the rugs/carpets appropriately at a _______ level/percent for ____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by __________.
1 Identify When Rug/Carpet Needs Vacuuming.
2 Get vacuum, unwrap cord, and plug it in.
3 Adjust settings and turn on vacuum.
4 Vacuum central floor area, edges and corners.
5 Avoid tripping on cord while vacuuming.
6 Turn off vacuum and unplug cord.
7 Wrap cord on vacuum and put it away.
will dust flat and non-flat surfaces appropriately with/without assistance _________ out of ________ opportunities as measured by ____________.
1 Identify when surface needs dusting.
2 Assemble supplies.
3 Dampen one rag slightly.
4 Remove objects from surface.
5 Rub surface thoroughly.
6 Replace objects.
7 Shake or rinse cloth and hang up or put in dirty clothes container.
8 Put supplies away.
will make a bed appropriately with/without assistance for ____ out of ___ opportunities as measured by ____________.
1 Remove pillow.
2 Pull top sheet and blanket down to the end of the bed.
3 Smooth bottom sheet.
4 Pull up top sheet.
5 Adjust sheet so lop and sides are straight and even.
6 Pull up blanket and adjust so sides are straight and even.
7 Smooth blanket.
8 Fold top edge of sheet over blanket.
9 Tuck in blanket at bottom of bed.
10 Replace bedspread and smooth it down.
11 Replace pillow.
will clean bathroom and kitchen appropriately with/without assistance for _____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by ____________.
1 Identify when room/surface needs cleaning.
2 Get supplies.
3 Wet sponge and apply cleanser.
4 Clean toilet.
5 Clean sink with cleanser.
6 Clean tub/shower with cleanser.
7 Clean counter by removing all items and wiping with cleanser.
8 Clean outside of stove and top of range.
9 Clean cupboard doors.
10 Rinse out sponge and apply more cleanser as needed.
11 Replace items that were removed for cleaning.
12 Put supplies away.
will empty trash and replace liner appropriately with/without assistance for _______ opportunities as measured by ______________.
1 Identify when trash can waste basket is full.
2 Lift out liner and tie it shut.
3 Take liner to garbage can and place in the can.
4 Place a fresh liner in the trash can/waste basket.
will take appropriate care of clothing with/without assistance for _______ opportunities as measured by _____________.
1 Put dirty clothes in hamper.
2 Sort clothes (e.g., clean/dirty, white/colored, and according to label instructions).
3 Keep clothing in good repair.
4 Identify the need to mend clothes.
5 Sew on buttons and or snaps.
6 Thread the needle in order to sew.
7 Hem clothing as needed.
will wash clothing by hand as appropriate at __________ level/percent for ____ out of ____ opportunities as measured by ______________.
1 Identify when clothing is dirty.
2 Select appropriate water temperature.
3 Put stopper in sink.
4 Fill sink halfway.
5 Add appropriate amount of detergent/soap.
6 Submerge clothing item in water and resubmerge as needed.
7 Rub clothing between fists.
8 Reposition hands on clothing as needed to ensure all parts are scrubbed.
9 Remove scrubber.
10 Allow sink to drain fully.
11 Rinse clothing. squeezing and repositioning under water as needed.
12 Squeeze out clothing item.
13 Hang up clothing item lo dry.
14 Clean sink and surrounding countertop.
15 Sort clothes into light and dark piles.
will clean clothing by loading, setting and unloading a washing machine with/without assistance for _______ opportunities as measured by ___________.
1 Identify when clothing is dirty.
2 Add soap to washer.
3 Place appropriate amount of clothing into washer.
4 Set dials on washer and turn on.
5 Keep lid closed while washer is in use.
6 Identify when cycle is done.
7 Remove wet clothes and hang up or place in dryer.
will take care of clothing by loading, setting and unloading the dryer with/without assistance for _____ opportunities as measured by ___________.
1 Place appropriate amount of damp clothing in dryer and shut door.
2 Set dial and turn on dryer.
3 Identify when cycle is done and clothes are dry.
4 Remove clothes.
5 Fold or hang up clothes appropriately.
6 Clean lint tray.
will put clothes away appropriately, e.g., drawers, shelves, and hangers with/without assistance for ______ opportunities as measured by ___________.
1 Identity where clothes belong.
2 Fold clothing appropriately and neatly.
3 Hang clothing appropriately and neatly.