As a clinician you will use the obtained data to make decisions about the intervention. Based on your data it may be appropriate to continue the intervention,
modify the intervention, change the intervention, or fade the intervention. Using the information from “Learning Activity: Graphing” and “Learning Activity:
Visual Analysis” provide the next steps that you would take as a clinician for each of your participants.
Was the intervention effective for each participant? Provide a rationale.
Throughout the intervention, you systematically monitored treatment integrity. Your mean treatment integrity scores for each participant were as follows:
Participant 1 (87%), Participant 2 (97%), Participant 3 (52%), and Participant 4 (92%). If treatment integrity was inadequate, provide the next steps.
Should the intervention(s) be modified? If the intervention will be modified, describe the modification. In other words, what intervention or intervention
components will be implemented (e.g., increased schedule of reinforcement, adding a treatment component)? Keep in mind that a modification is different
from changing the intervention.
Should the intervention(s) be changed (i.e., will you scrap this intervention and start from scratch with something else)? If the intervention will be changed,
describe what will be changed (e.g., what intervention or intervention components will be implemented instead)? Keep in mind that a change is different from
Should the intervention(s) remain in place? Often an intervention cannot remain in place indefinitely. Describe the plan to fade the intervention.