7705-5-19.docx - I currently work with clients with ages from 4 to 15 years old I haven’t been assigned to adults with ASD However if I was assigned

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I currently work with clients with ages from 4 to 15 years old. I haven’t been assigned to adults with ASD. However, if I was assigned one maybe next year, there are certain guidelines and code of ethics that should be followed. In relation to Code 5.03(a), my supervisor must take in consideration how well I perform my job duties as an RBT and if I meet the appropriate skills sets Code 5.03(b). If there are areas of improvement, it is important that my supervisor to provide with detailed and appropriate feedback that can be done in order to improve my performance Code 5.06(a) emphasizes this. During my years of implementing ABA therapy, the company that I work for follow ethical procedures in which reinforcement is prioritized and utilize from least to most prompts Code 4.08(a). The most extreme behaviors that I’ve dealt with are aggression towards peers which the topography of the
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Unformatted text preview: behavior involves the client kicking, scratching or slappy with open hand on peer’s face. The least restrictive procedures that has been implemented involve functional communication training, reading social stories that involve appropriate peer interaction, and differential reinforcement which exemplify “least restrictive procedures to be effective” (Bailey & Burch, 2016, p. 134). If my current cases exhibit behaviors that could be believed that it should be medically treated and behavior is not operational, I would communicate with supervisor and inform the supervisor which is mentioned under Code 3.02. There has not been an incident yet, but I know there are certain protocols that I will be following ethically and what the company informs us to do. Reference Bailey, J., & Burch, M. (2016). Ethics for behavior analysts (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge...
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