Clinical Team Case Study

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Rosemary was observed on October 12th, 2016. Rosemary, Ms. Emily Alardro, her sisters, her brother, as well as the B.A.T clinical team were present to conduct a descriptive functional assessment, which consisted of direct observation of behavior and an Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence (ABC) narrative recording in the family home.

Upon arrival, the B.A.T. clinical team greeted Mom at the door. Mom led the clinical team to the family room where Rosemary was playing with her baby brother on the floor. Rosemary smiled at the clinical team. The clinical team engaged Rosemary with a ball. Rosemary labeled the ball. Then the clinical team took out a 32 piece-puzzle. Rosemary was observed to easily transition from playing with ball too puzzle without
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Throughout the puzzle, the clinical team verbally reinforced Rosemary for trying and connecting the puzzle pieces. Rosemary sat nicely and stayed engaged with the puzzle until it was complete. Rosemary also talked throughout the activity, her language was appropriate for the situation and or actions. When iRosemary was asked who was the character on the puzzle twice, she correctly answered Miles from Tomorrowland. Rosemary labeled actions correctly; such as you kick the ball when Mom kick the ball. In addition, the clinical team observed that Rosemary was successful at listener responding. For instance, when the clinical team called Rosemary's name she turned and looked after the third time. Mom also told the clinical team that Rosemary likes toys that vibrate. The clinical team then presented Rosemary with a singing vibrating light up ball. Rosemary played with the ball for three minutes. Mom added that Rosemary used to have a ball like that. Rosemary's baby brother reached for the ball, mom told Rosemary to share the ball. Rosemary refused to share the ball after mom told her to share three times. Rosemary,
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