The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) has the ease, look, and familiarity of the ABLLS®-R extended to necessary skills of independence in Home, School, and Community Settings.

The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) consists of three different components
  • The AFLS Guide
  • Six individually available assessment modules
  • A teaching companion for each module that contains task analyses, teaching suggestions, and prompting strategies for each skill (coming soon)

Each assessment module is a standalone assessment protocol. Mix and match the modules you need to meet the needs of your learner. Use all modules for a comprehensive assessment of functional skills across all areas of daily life. Bundle multiple modules and customize the perfect assessment for your setting and situation.

Samples are available for all of the AFLS products listed below.

Important note about our AFLS products

AFLS is sold at the following location. Click here to be directed to to learn more and purchase the AFLS.

Functional Living Skills Guide

AFLS Guide

Basic Skills Module

  • Self Management
  • Basic Communication
  • Dressing
  • Toileting
  • Grooming
  • Bathing
  • Health, Safety & First Aid
  • Nighttime Routines
AFLS Basic

Home Skills Module

  • Meals at Home
  • Dishes
  • Clothing and Laundry
  • Housekeeping and Chores
  • Household Mechanics
  • Leisure
  • Kitchen
  • Cooking

Community Participation Module

  • Basic Mobility
  • Community Knowledge
  • Shopping
  • Meals in Public
  • Money
  • Phone
  • Time
  • Social Awareness and Manners
AFLS Community

School Skills Module

  • Classroom Mechanics
  • Social Skills
  • Meals at School
  • Rules and Expectations
  • Technology
  • Common Knowledge
  • Core Academics
  • Applied Academics
AFLS School

Vocational Skills Module

  • Job Search
  • Interview
  • Basic Skills
  • Coworker Relations
  • Workplace Safety
  • Fixed Activity Skills
  • Custodial & Cleaning
  • Laundry
  • Retail
  • Support Personnel
  • Office Skills
  • Computer Skills
  • Restaurant Skills
  • Restaurant Kitchen
  • Warehouse
  • Tools
  • Trades & Construction
  • Landscaping
AFLS Vocational Skills

Independent Living Skills Module

  • Organizational Skills
  • Self-Care
  • Maintenance and Cleaning
  • Mechanics and Repairs
  • Community Travel
  • Transportation
  • Kitchen Tools and Appliances
  • Food and Meal Planning
  • Money Managemen
  • Independent Shopping
  • Personal Management
  • Safety
  • Problem Solving
  • Social Interactions
  • Living with Others
  • Interpersonal Relationships
AFLS Independent Living Skills

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Dr. James Partington and Dr. Michael Mueller are pleased to announce “The Assessment of Functional Living Skills”
  • Approximately 850 useful daily living skills in 31 functional skill areas
  • Functional, Adaptive, Self-help, Practical Life skills to maximize independence
  • Appropriate for children, adolescents, and adults in Home, School, and
    Community settings
  • Structure of the assessment and skills tracking grid similar to the ABLLS®-R
  • Easy to use for parents, teachers, behavior therapists, and other caregivers

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Partington Behavioral Analysts