RBT Supervision Form (EXCEL)

RBT Supervision Form (EXCEL)
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RBT Supervision Form (EXCEL)
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RBT Supervision Form (EXCEL)
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BCBAs, LBAs or other supervisors should use this supervision form for working with RBTs or any ABA technicians.

Update: Get more and save money with the bundle! Includes: the tracker, the supervision form, contract template, and program change form.

Note: If using google sheets, please email (ian.vignes@atlasautismcenter.com) me after your purchase, and I can share the google sheets version with you as well. This one features check boxes for where you see Xs in the excel file.

What it does: Provides a monthly log for a specific clients showing who supervised, who provided the instruction, and the times and dates associated with the session. In addition, there are daily individual supervision notes for an in-depth look at what occurred during each supervision period. Use the tab labels at the bottom to differentiate between supervision sessions. If multiple supervisions occur on the same day, differentiate like so: "10-1-18 A" and "10-1-18 B"

Supervision Note: Includes most, if not all, of the information needed for supervisions as required by the BACB and by most insurance companies, including: name, date, times, location, persons involved, behavior data, narrative notes, objectives & trials, setting events, line technician feedback, programming, etc.

How to use: Set up a workbook for each client (not for each therapist). You should set up a workbook every month. The first tab is a general log for keeping track of the entire month's data for a client. From there you can see which line technicians supervised which clients and for how long. The second tab, labeled "TEMPLATE" should be copied. The copy should be renamed: "DATE". From there, you fill out the form. Where there are X's, treat the X as a "yes" or "true" response. For example, under behavior, it says, "Functions observed: Escape ___" - if an escape maintained behavior occurred, keep the X there to indicate "yes". Some spaces have drop down menus to save you time and effort.

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