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Level 1 No response
Level 2 Generalized Response
Level 2 Total Assist
Level 2 Reflex response to painful stimuli
Level 2 responds to repeated auditory stimuli with increased/decreased activity
Level 2 responds to external stimuli with physiological changes generalized, gross body movements and/or not purposeful vocalization
Level 2 responses may be same regardless of type and location of stimulation
Level 2 responses may be significantly delayed
Level 3 localized response
Level 3 total assist
Level 3 withdrawal or vocalization to painful stimuli
Level 3 turns toward or away from auditory stimuli
Level 3 blinks when strong light crosses visual field
Level 3 follows moving objects passed in visual field
Level 3 responds to discomfort by pulling tubes or restraints
Level 3 responds inconsistenyl to simple commands
Level 3 responses directly related to type of stimuli
Level 3 may respond to some persons but not others
Level 4 alert and heightened state of activity
Level 4 confused/agitated
Level 4 max assist
Level 4 purposeful attempts to remove restraints
Level 4 perform motor activities with no purpose
Level 4 divided attention
Level 4 absent STM
Level 4 cry or scream out of proportion to stimuli
Level 4 aggressive or flight behavior
Level 4 mood swings
Level 4 unable to cooperate with treatment efforts
Level 4 verbalizations incoherent and/or inappropriate
Level 5 confused, inappropriate, nonagitated
Level 5 max assist
Level 5 alert, may wander
Level 5 may become agitated in response to external stimuli and or lack of structure
Level 5 not oriented to person, place, time
Level 5 frequent, brief periods of nonpurposeful sustained attention
Level 5 severely impaired recent memory
Level 5 absent goal directed, problem solving, self monitoring
Level 5 inappropriate use of objects without external direction
Level 5 perform previously learned tasks with structure and cues
Level 5 unable to learn new information
Level 5 respond appropriately to simple commands fairly consistently with external structure and cues
Level 5 responds to simple commands without external structure are random and non purposeful
Level 5 converse in a social, automatic level for brief periods of time with structure and cues
Level 5 verbalizations about present events become inappropriate when extenral strucutre and cues not provided
Level 6 confused, appropriate
Level 6 moderate assist
Level 6 inconsistently oriented
Level 6 attend to highly familiar tasks in non distracting environment for 30 min with mod redirection
Level 6 vague recognition of some staff
Level 6 memory aids with max assist
Level 6 emerging awareness of appropraite response to self, family, basic needs
Level 6 mod assist to problem solve barriers to task completion
Level 6 supervision for old learning
Level 6 carryover for relearned familiar tasks
Level 6 max assist for new learning with little to no carryover
Level 6 unaware of impairments and safety
Level 6 consistently follows simple directions
Level 6 verbal expressions appropriate in highly familiar and structured situations
Level 7 automatic appropriate
Level 7 min assist
Level 7 oriented to person and place, assist with time
Level 7 attend to highly familiar tasks in a nondistracted environment for at least 30 minutes with min assist
Level 7 min supervision for new learning
Level 7 carryover of new learning
Level 7 shallow recall
Level 7 superficial awareness of condition but unaware of specific impairments
Level 7 minimal supervision for safety
Level 7 unrealistic planning for the future
Level 7 overestimates abilities
Level 7 unaware of others feelings and needs
Level 7 oppositional and uncooperative
Level 7 unable to think of consequence of devision or action
Level 7 unable to recognize inappropriate social interaction behavior
Level 8 purposeful, appropriate
Level 8 sba
Level 8 consistently oriented x 3
Level 8 independently attends to familiar tasks for 1 hour in distracting environment
Level 8 able to recall and integrate past and recent events
Level 8 memory aids with sba
Level 8 no assist once new tasks/activities are learned
Level 8 think about consequences with min assist
Level 8 overestimates or underestiamtse abilities
Level 8 acknowledges others feelings and needs and responds appropriately with min assist
Level 8 depressed, irritable, low frustration tolerance, argumentative, self-centered
Level 8 able to recognized and acknowledge inappropaite social interaction while it is occurring and takes corrective action with min assist
Level 9 SBA on request
Level 9 I shifts back and forth between tasks for at least 2 hours
Level 9 memory devices with assist when requested
Level 9 aware of impairments, SBA to anticipate a problem before it occurs and take action to avoid it
Level 9 accurately extimates abilities but requires SBA to adjust to task demands
Level 9 self monitor appropriateness of social interaction with sba
Level 9 easily irritable, low frustration tolerance, depression may continue
Level 10 handle multiple tasks simultaneously in all environments
Level 10 mod I
Level 10 independently create memory devices
Level 10 increased time for tasks
Level 10 periodic periods of depression
Level 10 irritability and low frustration tolerance when sick, fatigue, or under stress
Level 10 social interaction consistently appropriate
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