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LPT training tech

The client performs the task with a verbal request and no other cues independent
If the individual actively resists guidance and prompts No response
A standardized set of instructions in a logical formal Baseline
General Shaping, also known as Forward Chaining: procedure is utilized to increase the difficulty of a task, increase time limits, or shape the desired behaviors Method II
The state that occurs when a reinforcer has been withheld until it is once again effective in increasing or maintaining a behavior Deprivation
Trainer may model what he wants done, point out or use any visual cue the involves no physical contact Gesture
A detailed and individualized breakdown of a task given the clients current ability level. Task analysis
A technique emphazizing no physical guidance for the client, but staff is prepared to reapply full or partial guidance to redirect the client back to task Shadowing
Also known as backward chaining; a procedure which is utilized when trying to teach a new skill. Method I
Something that maintains or increases a behavior Reinforcer
The state that occurs when a reinforcer has been presented to the point, that it is no longer effective in increasing or maintaining a behavior. Satiation
When a trainer must maintain his grasp of the client and supply all movement, hand over hand. Manipulation
The gradual removal of a prompt Fading
Any observable and measurable act Behavior
Joe has an affected left arm. During his baseline it is determined that he has difficulty doing his undressing program. What needs to be done with this program methodology to make it applicable for him. Task analysis
The steps staff follow in order for the indivuals we serve to achieve their step in the program is known as? Trainer steps
The most restrictive cue is? Manipulation
The main types of reinforcers are edible, sensory and Social
Edible reinforcers are always paired with social reinforcers
When giving a training request it is permissible to pair with sign language
On the training step for applying lotion program, staff lightly touches the clent, and the client completes the step. It is recorded as physical prompt
Created by: LPT Program