This is a editable document for you to write your own Task Analysis - Maintenance.
The type of Task Analysis can be Forward, Backward, or Total Task chaining. Once a Task Analysis has been mastered by the student, it is recommended to do Maintenance checks occasionally to ensure that the student continues to be independent or to check for errors in the task. As each task is different, the document will need to be modified to include each link in the chain (each behavior the student will need to make in order to complet2e the task). On the bottom of the document, I usually have a table of percentages as a way to be efficient in calculating the percent of independence and/or at the current prompt step. (This will/can be changed by you depending the on the number of links in the chain you are writing).
A prompt hierarchy can be Most-to-Least, Least-to-Most, Progressive Time Delay, Graduated Guidance, Baseline, Maintenance, etc. As each has their own way of progressing through prompting, I have included the specifics for Maintenance.
The type of prompt can be physical, vocal, visual, positional, etc. As each is specific for the task and the student, I have not included the specific prompt needed. (You will need to decide on the type of prompt needed).