Errorless learning strives to reduce errors as much as possible. Errorless learning is best used with clients who have impaired executive function and attention, which impedes their ability to assess the context, complete tasks while considering multiple variabilities, or complete other higher level tasks.
Research has shown benefits in errorless learning for clients with traumatic brain injury and CVA.
These community helper errorless tasks promote independence, success and vocabulary while working on identifying objects that community helpers use.
Clare, L., & Jones, R.S. (2008). Errorless learning in rehabilitation of memory impairment: A critical review. Neuropsychology Review. 18:1-23 DOI 10.1007/s11065-008-9051-4