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Intro to Clinic Pro.

Intro to Clinic Procedures Exam 2

Intervention The clinician continously assesses a cliens progress toward estalished goals and modifys them if nessassary
Long Term Goals is identifying the communication behaviors to be aquried over the course of the treatment program
Programing Selection, sequencing, and generalization, of therapy targets
Behavior Modifications Systemtic use of specific stimulus-responce-consequence procedures
Key Teaching Strategies Use of basic techniques to facilitate learning
Session design Organization and implementation of therapy sessions including interpersonal dynamics
Data Collection Systematic measurement of client performance and treatment efficacy
Pretreatment Baseline clinician designed measures that provide multiple opportunities for a client to demonstrate a given communicative behavior
Developmental/Normative Strategy Targets are taught in the same order as they would emerge developmentally EX; the earliest aquired behavior is selected as first therapy objectives
Client Specific Strategy Therapy targets are chosen based on an individuals specific needs rather than according to developmental norms
Stimulability the degree to which a client can approximate the correct production of an error pattern ot immitation
What are the 3 Factors that determine progression of therapy Stimulus type, task mode, responce level
Stimulus Type is known as nature of input used to elicit target responce
Task Mode is known as the type of clinician supportprovided to obtain desired resopnces
Responce Level is known as degree of difficulty of target responces
Branching immediatly modifying task
stimuls is an event that precedes and elicites a responce
Physical enviroment can be changed by location room, building, real world locations
Behavioral Objectives objectives that are clearly stated used for effectivness
"do" Statement identifies the specific action the client is expected to perform
Condtion identifies the situation in which the target behavior is to be performed
Criterion specified how well the target behavior must be performedfor ovjective to be achieved
Behavior Modification Based on the theory of operant conditioning and involves the relationship amoung a stimulus and responce and a consequent event
Responce the behavior exhibited by an individual on presentation of the stimulus
Consequence an event that is contingent on and mmediatley follows the responce
Positive reinforcement rewarding event or condition that is presented contingent an the performance of a desires behavior
negative reinforcement an unpleasent event/condition is removed contingent on the performance of a desired behavior
satiation reinforcements loses its appeal as a reward if presented to often
"Time out" procedures involve the temporary isolation or reoval of a client to an enviroment with limited or no opportunity to recieve positive reinforcement
Responce Cost Occur when previously earned positive reinforcers are deducted or taken back each time theundesirable behavior is demonstrated
Behavior management PBS is recomended and is an approach that uses stagetites to minimize opportunities to problematic behaviors
Direct Modeling the technique used in the early stages of therapy
Prompts extra verbal and nonverbal cues designes to help a clent produce the target behavior
Attentional cues improve performance by focusing a clients concentration on the task at hand
Instructional cues provide info that is related to specific target behavior being attempted
Negative practice a strategy intended to enhance a clients awarentss of the salient characteristicsof error pattern
Evidenced-based practice EBP is an approach to intervention
Intital Therapy Plan ITP developed at treatment begining for client
Individualized Education Plan IEP
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