What's Included

  • Client Information Section

  • Client Face Page

    age: reinforcers: allergies: antecedents: best friends:

  • Background Information

    Entered agency: Age of first ABA therapy:

  • Family Information

    Parents: Siblings: Caregivers:

  • Past Services Information

    Information here

  • Client Documents

  • IEP

  • Assessment

  • Client Preference Sheet

    Tangibles: - A - B Edibles: Activities:

  • Waiting Program

    Waiting is a very important skill for a child to learn. Whether waiting for an item or activity or waiting in line at a store a child must learn patience and exhibit the skil of waiting without exhibi...

  • Waiting for a preferred item, by mastering each target with 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions.

    Waiting for a preferred item is a situation where a child wants an item or activity but handles a teacher or a parent or another child telling them to wait a few moments for that item.

  • waiting 10 seconds

  • waiting 20 seconds

  • waiting 30 seconds

  • Waiting in periods of diverted attention, by mastering each target with 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions.

    Waiting in diverted attention is a situation where a child wants to speak to another person or wants attention but the person cannot respond or is busy. The child then has to wait until the person is ...

  • waiting for 1 minute while other is on the phone

  • waiting one minute while two adults are talking to each other

  • waiting two minutes while someone is on the phone

  • Attending

    Attending is a very important skill. It is a prerequisite skill to conversation direction following and imitation. A child must first learn to look at others and then learn to respond to name.

  • Attend to a speaker's voice by orienting towards the speaker 5 times

  • frequency of orienting towards the speaker five times

  • Responds to hearing own name 5 times, by mastering each target with 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions.

  • SD: "(child name)" percent independent

  • Tacting

    A tact is a term that BF Skinner used to describe what we call as labeling. A child needs to learn to label (tact) common people places items both pictures and real items in his or her environment. Th...

  • Child will tact real items, by mastering each target with 90% accuracy, across 3 consecutive sessions for each stimuli set

    Materials: Real objects small around the size of a cell phone. For the different targets you also need the targeted individuals present and also a doll to practice body parts. SD: What s This? Reinfor...

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Common objects Set 2

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Common objects Set 1

    Gather your 3 stimulus items. Teach all three targets as one set. Present your 3 objects in an array of three making sure to rotate stimuli during the intertrial interval. SD: What s this?

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Common objects Set 3

    Gather your 3 stimulus items. Teach all three targets as one set. Present your 3 objects in an array of three making sure to rotate stimuli during the intertrial interval. SD: What s this?

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Body Parts set 1: Nose, Mouth, Ear

    For this target use a real person with a point that that item or use a doll that has big enough features for child to see.

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Body Parts set 2: Hand, arm, belly

    For this target use a real person with a point at the particular body part or use a doll that has big enough features for child to see. SD: What s this?

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Body Parts Set 3: Head, Chin, eyes

    For this target use a real person with a point at the particular body part or use a doll that has big enough features for child to see. SD: What s this?

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Family members set 1: Mom, Dad, Brother

    For this target have the real people present. They should be present front and center as you run each trial. Spread trials out throughout the day. SD: Who is it?

  • % correct out of 10 opportunities: Familiar classmates: Set 1

    For this target have the real people present. They should be present front and center as you run each trial. Spread trials out throughout the day. SD: Who is it?

  • Child will tact pictures of items, by mastering each target with 90% accuracy, across 3 consecutive sessions for each stimuli set

    Materials: Pictures of items objects and people. 3 x 4 inch laminated pictures. Ensure picture is clear and ensure you are using either google images or real photographs to teach the item. For the dif...

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Common objects set 2

    For the target choose three common objects and teach until mastery.

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Common objects set 1

    For the target choose three common objects and teach until mastery.

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Common objects set 3

    For the target choose three common objects and teach until mastery.

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Family Members set 1: mom, dad, brother

    Gather pictures of each family members

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Classmates set 1

    For this target gather pictures of friends or classmates.

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Body Parts set 1: Nose, Mouth, Ears

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Body Part pictures: Hand, arm, belly.

  • % correct: out of 10 trials. Body Part Pictures: Head, chin, eyes

  • Behaviors

  • Aggression

  • Hitting - frequency per session

    Hitting = any instance of child using his/her hand or arm against another with force

  • Property Destruction : (Magnitude/Intensity)

  • Verbal Aggression : (Frequency)

  • Replacement Behaviors

  • % independent: FCR ("I need help")