Análise de Perfil
Sources of Data
Describe the data source
Information Reported by:
Describe your role.
Assessor Name(First Name)
Assessor Name(Last Name)
Describe behaviors in specific and observable terms.
Describe any observed patterns related to reported behavior.
Known health, medical, or psychiatric conditions
Effects and side-effect of medication
Known traumatic events
Medical treatments, therapies, or services (outside of school)
Describe a brief history of the problem behavior and any interventions.
If applicable, how would you describe the effectiveness of past intervention efforts?
What rewards are currently provided to the student in school? For what and how often?
What consequences are currently used in school for problem behaviors?
What is the typical student response to these consequences?
What are the student's academic strengths?
What are the student's academic needs?
What are the student's organizational needs?
What are the student's preferred learning styles?
What are the student's social strengths?
What are the student's deficits in regard to social skills with adults and peers?
Does the student have difficulty in expressing any of these basic communication functions?
Gaining adult attention
Gaining attention of peers
Dealing with a difficult task
Expressing frustration or confusion
Requesting things of others
Rejecting or protesting something
Indicating preferences or making choices
Use the summary below to think about and identify possible replacement behaviors for instruction. Number separate issues in each of the the following fields to clearly connect problem behavior to communication function and replacement behavior. Target Problem Behavior(s)
Related Communication Function(s)
Possible Replacement Behavior(s)
Thinking about the last few times the behavior occurred, what typically actually happens immediately afterward?
Are demands typically altered after the target behavior?
Does someone usually intervene to help the student after the target behavior?
Does the student gain access to something that he/she appears to want?
Does the behavior appear pleasurable to the student apart from what else is going on around him/her?
Does the behavior appear to give the student control of others or the situation? Explain.
Does the behavior, or do related behaviors, appear to be compulsive (i.e., repetitive, internally driven)? Explain.