This study evaluated the effects of a lag reinforcement schedule, a type of contingency that requires some variation in responding to obtain reinforcement. Participants included two students that exhibited a strong invariant pattern of behavior during self-care routines. The lag reinforcement schedule, along with prompting and modeling, was implemented across several leisure tasks and generalization to the leisure routines was assessed. Results showed that the intervention was succesful in producing varied responding but generalization to the self-care routines was not observed; however, treatment was successful in producing varied responding during self-care tasks during a subsequent phase. Data presented at ABAI 2014 & BABAT 2014.