The present study is a systematic replication and extension of Reeve, Reeve, Townsend, and Poulson (2007). Video modeling, prompt fading, and differential reinforcement were used to teach two adolescent girls with ASDs to help others. We identified 5 types of tasks, each with 5 variants (25 in total), and trained participants to help others in a subset of these tasks. Following training, we conducted generalization probes across settings, individuals, task types (response generalization) and task variants (stimulus generalization). Participant 1 responded correctly in 18 of 25 probe trials, exhibiting stimulus generalization, and generalization across settings and individuals, but not response generalization. Participant 2 responded correctly in 34 of 34 probe trials, exhibiting all forms of generalization probed. High accuracy in probe trials demonstrated that a complex social repertoire, such as helping others, can be taught to individuals with ASDs. Presented at APBA 2016, BABAT 2016.