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What are the components of a functional behavior assessment?
Last Updated: 9th June, 2020
- Observable and measurable, operationally-defined behaviors of concern.
- Identification of events and situations which predict when the target behavior will and will not occur.
- Identification of what functions the behaviors appear to serve and replacement behaviors.
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Likewise, what are the components of a functional assessment?
Components of functional assessment - Vision and hearing, mobility, continence, nutrition, mental status (cognition and affect), affect, home environment, social support, ADL-IADL. ADL's (activities of daily living) are basic activities such as transferring, ambulating, bathing, etc.
Subsequently, question is, what are the main principles of the functional assessment model? The main principles are: -Antecedent : what occurs before the behaviour and may have triggered it. All the relevant things that happened before the behaviour occurred. -Behaviour : what happens during the behaviour (what does it look like).
Accordingly, what are the six steps in a functional assessment?
When planning for and implementing a functional behavior assessment (FBA) with children and youth with ASD, the following steps are recommended.
- Establishing a Team.
- Identifying the Interfering Behavior.
- Collecting Baseline Data.
- Developing a Hypothesis Statement.
- Testing the Hypothesis.
- Developing Interventions.
What are the three types of functional behavior assessment methods?
Three types of functional assessment: direct observation, informant methods and functional analysis.