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RBT Competency Test Section E
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Who is it important to keep consistent communication with as an RBT?
Your BCBA Supervisor, other RBTs working with the learner, and SPED teacher
What kind of information is important to relay to you colleagues and supervisor?
Information and/data from each session: reinforcements used, goals worked on, behaviors seen, ecological variables, and extra materials needed
What 5 types of information needs to be discussed with your supervisor within 24 hours of receiving information?
1. Change in Medication
2. Change in frequency of already noted aggressive behavior
3. New aggressive behavior
4. Dramatic increase in aggressive behavior
5. RBT having emotional issues with a client because of aggressive behavior
What typically happens when you tell your supervisor that the student isn't making as much progress as expected?
1. Program changes made by BCBA
2. RBT receives more training
3. Bigger changes- therapy ends or changing staff on the case
What are reasons to reach out to your supervisor for supervision?
If you're unsure of skill set, how to do a treatment, what client reports mean, how to address parental questions, how to involve the parent in treatment, etc
ANY time something is impeding improving life functioning for clients you MUST
Seek Help and contact your supervisor
Why is documentation important for RBTs?
They are one of the ones that see the student most often, and their interval data allows BCBAs see trends occurring, what's working and what isn't
Do parents have access to your notes about the student's day?
YES- use professional language when writing about them
What are Incident Reports?
A formal document reporting something unusual
What are the components of an incident report?
RBT's name, Student's name, Date, Setting it occurred in, Who else was involved, What was done to prevent, reaction procedure to incident, Who was notified, What will be done to prevent in the future
What can happen if you're not honest on an incident report?
You can be terminated
Students determined to be abused must be reported to
CPS if under 18, and if older than 18, they must be adult reports
What's the difference between HIPPA and FERPA
HIPPA- Medical Confidentiality; FERPA- Law for students
At least how many levels of protection MUST be used when transporting documentation containing student's identifying data?
How many years after graduation do we keep a student's records?
If an RBT has a question about the ethics of a scenario they must...
refer to the RBT Ethics Code
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