Used within service delivery
Interview the client
Interview the clients teachers
Observe the client in his classroom
Take abc data on the client's behavior in an observation room
The director should first discuss changes with supervisors in the field.
Instead of making changes based on one study, the director might seek to replicate the study with a few clients before changing agency policy.
The director should ask parents how they feel about making changes.
The director should not seek to change policy based on one study alone.
That they just need to practice more.
That in order for Sarah to learn to converse with her peers she needs to learn to discriminate between her peers.
That they should do therapy sessions at the park so that the therapist can assist in the skill being practiced in the natural setting for generalization.
That Sarah is not answering because she is "Shy", and she should have more playdates arranged for her.
Zoe doesn't want to learn to read.
The buttons on the game are not arranged to provide contingent reinforcement.
Sarah should look into a game that is made for children with Autism.
Sarah could control the mouse button for Zoe so that Zoe follows along the proper sequence and Samantha can provide the reinforcing sounds of the buttons contingent upon correct responding.
Yes, this policy keeps the other children safe while also providing the tantrumming child time and space to calm down.
Yes, this policy is much better than restraining a child, as restraint is illegal.
No, the policy states that this procedure should only be used in an emergency, and an ongoing situation should have adequate intervention to avoid use of emergency strategies.
Yes, the policy indicates that this procedure should be used in an emergency, and dangerous tantrums are treated like emergency situations.
No, she doesn't have enough experience yet.
Maybe, it depends on whether Beth can provide an ethical service and stay connected with others in her field.
No, this business is too risky and complicated. Beth could get sued for malpractice and lose her certification.
Yes, she has the opportunity to start her own practice.
The teacher did not give out the candy quickly enough.
The teacher did not do a reinforcer assessment.
The teacher did not give clear instructions.
The children have along history of disobedience and so will take longer to catch on.
Give the child one cracker at a time, to try to limit satiation.
Intermittantly provide water to the child.
Provide either goldfish or water as a choice to the child contingent upon correct responding.
Switch between providing a drink of water and then 5 goldfish crackers contingent upon correct responding.
A, B, & C