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*For the Weekly version, please follow the link: ABA Data Collection (Weekly)
What's Included: Attached is an excel file consisting of 6 page (3 pieces of paper if printed front and back - recommended) which include a daily summary of responding, behavior recording, and weekly data collection for specific objectives. The workbook is set up so that when you print (select print workbook), the entire workbook will print front and back, on 3 pages.
Daily Summary of Responding: We send a copy of this summary home each and every day and file it in our client's binders. It contains all of the relevant information that insurance companies want and need during audits, including: date, time of service, client name, therapist name, schedule of activities, location of services, summary of responding, narrative notes, caregiver signature, therapist signature, and BCBA signature. This excel file is highly customizable and can be tailored to fit your own needs. You may notice the abbreviation LUs (Learn Units) - this can easily be changed to probes or trials or objectives, etc.
Behavior: The backside of the Daily Summary of Responding is a behavior sheet. Included in the data are: time, location, topography of behavior and hypothesized function. Again, this form is highly customizable. The last column can easily be converted into a "consequence" section, to set up a typical ABC data sheet. I prefer to know the hypothesized function. The target behavior and locations can be changed to fit your child and your setting. At the bottom is a legend for all of the abbreviations that you may use. If this sheet is not enough and you require more behavior sheets, you can easily copy the tab and create another one.
Daily Data Collection: This is a modified version of the weekly data sheet in which data are recorded on a daily basis instead. In this workbook, you'll find 9 DTT targets on each side of the page. If you need to add more, simply duplicate the tab at the bottom. There are 20 spaces for trial recording. If you're using cold probe data, simply mark a + / - or a Yes / No response in the first space. The other spaces could be used for teaching trials. There's a space for the target name, domain, skill section, and program change (if necessary). Following the DTT section is a near identical Social Section. The major difference with this section is that we are typically not taking trial / learn unit data on social targets - and instead, we're looking at prompt level, level of independence, or tallying / listing behaviors. It is set up for all of those responses. Highly customizable for your needs.