I created this for a quick reference to the ABLLS tasks, either when working on administering the assessment or simply when thinking about a student and what direction I want to go next in programming.
Information on the ABLLS:
The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills, Revised or ABLLS ("aye-buhls") for short is one of the two most commonly used assessments for students with autism receiving ABA services.
While the ABLLS-R is most commonly used on children with developmental disabilities and delays (including autism), it can be used for anyone who may be lacking in basic communication or life skills. It assesses the strengths and weaknesses of an individual in each of the 25 skill sets including such developmental areas as imitation, receptive language, requesting, play skills, social interaction, motor skills, etc. Each skill set is broken down into multiple skills, ordered by typical development or complexity.
In general, most typically-developing students going into Kindergarten have mastered most or all of the skills in the assessment which is why it is more commonly used on young students or older students who have fewer mastered skills.