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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectinit
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.age
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fielddate
sexString20RequiredSex of the subject
M;F
M = Male; F = Femalegender
llreachedIntegerRequiredChild's highest language level reached1::81 = Whining or sounds, no directed vocalizations. 2 = No sounds, uses minimal gestures such as communicative reaching or brings items to parent, hand on object. 3 = Directed vocalizations or more advanced gestures such as pointing to request. 4 = Directed words or word approximations ("ca" for car). 5 = Word combinations (2 word phrases; may or may not have a verb; e.g, "go car", "purple cat). 6 = Fairly fixed short phrases (with a subject pronoun and verb; e.g., "I see bunny", "I want cookie"). 7 = Flexible phrase speech (e.g., "Where's the puppy?", "I'm making lunch."). 8 = Complex language (e.g., I don't like spiders because they are scary.").
plreachedIntegerRequiredChild's highest play level reached1::61 = Sensorimotor play (e.g., exploring objects, putting items in and out of containers). 2 = Functional play (e.g., cause and effect toys, using objects as intended such as a spoon to mouth or completing a shape sorter). 3 = Constructive play (e.g., building structures, using objects together such as trains with the tracks). 4 = Pretend play (e.g., pretending to feed a baby, pretending to eat pretend food). 5 = Symbolic play (e.g., using objects to symbolize something else such as string as spaghetti). 6 = Imaginative play (e.g., make-believe play schemes with a sequence such as having an action figure storm the castle and save the princess).
dydaticerIntegerRequiredDyadic Engagement Rating1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
arrange_segaIntegerRequired1. Parent arranges the environment to maximize the child's attention Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
f2f_segaIntegerRequired2. Parent ensures parent and child are face to face Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
gainsattention_segaIntegerRequired3. Parent gains attention before presenting opportunities Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
followsactivity_segaIntegerRequired4. Parent follows child's choice of activity Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
waits4child_segaIntegerRequired5. Parent waits for the child to lead to play Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
appcues_segaIntegerRequired6. Parent provides developmentally appropriate cues Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
tasksmastered_segaIntegerRequired7. Parent intersperse tasks the child has already mastered Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcement_segaIntegerRecommended8. Parent reinforces/shares/modulates positive affect with child Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 5 when calculating summary total score
imitateplaybeh_segaIntegerRecommended9. Parent imitates child's appropriate play behavior Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
modelsexpandsc_segaIntegerRecommended10. Parent models and expands social communication Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
modelsexpandsp_segaIntegerRecommended11. Parent models and expands play Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
prompstssoccomplay_segaIntegerRecommended12. Parent uses prompts for social communication and play Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
positiveresponsive_segaIntegerRecommended13. Parent is positive and responsive to the child's social communication behaviors Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
munwantedbeh_segaIntegerRecommended14. Parent manages unwanted behavior Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 5 when calculating summary total score
mroutinestrans_segaIntegerRecommended15. Managing routines and transitions Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
pchoices_segaIntegerRecommended16. Parent provides choices of objects or activities Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
turntakingbwe_segaIntegerRecommended17. Parent utilizes turn taking, expectant waiting, blocking environmental set up Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
imitatesoccom_segaIntegerRecommended18. Parent imitates child's appropriate social communication behavior Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcementdb_segaIntegerRecommended19. Parent provides reinforcement for a desired behavior Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcementgd_segaIntegerRecommended20. Parent reinforces child' goal-directed attempts Segment A1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 5 when calculating summary total score
arrange_segbIntegerRecommended1. Parent arranges the environment to maximize the child's attention Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
f2f_segbIntegerRecommended2. Parent ensures parent and child are face to face Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
gainsattention_segbIntegerRecommended3. Parent gains attention before presenting opportunities Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
followsactivity_segbIntegerRecommended4. Parent follows child's choice of activity Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
waits4child_segbIntegerRecommended5. Parent waits for the child to lead to play Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
appcues_segbIntegerRecommended6. Parent provides developmentally appropriate cues Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
tasksmastered_segbIntegerRecommended7. Parent intersperse tasks the child has already mastered Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcement_segbIntegerRecommended8. Parent reinforces/shares/modulates positive affect with child Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 5 when calculating summary total score
imitateplaybeh_segbIntegerRecommended9. Parent imitates child's appropriate play behavior Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
modelsexpandsc_segbIntegerRecommended10. Parent models and expands social communication Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
modelsexpandsp_segbIntegerRecommended11. Parent models and expands play Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
prompstssoccomplay_segbIntegerRecommended12. Parent uses prompts for social communication and play Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
positiveresponsive_segbIntegerRecommended13. Parent is positive and responsive to the child's social communication behaviors Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
munwantedbeh_segbIntegerRecommended14. Parent manages unwanted behavior Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 5 when calculating summary total score
mroutinestrans_segbIntegerRecommended15. Managing routines and transitions Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
pchoices_segbIntegerRecommended16. Parent provides choices of objects or activities Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
turntakingbwe_segbIntegerRecommended17. Parent utilizes turn taking, expectant waiting, blocking environmental set up Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
imitatesoccom_segbIntegerRecommended18. Parent imitates child's appropriate social communication behavior Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcementdb_segbIntegerRecommended19. Parent provides reinforcement for a desired behavior Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
reinforcementgd_segbIntegerRecommended20. Parent reinforces child' goal-directed attempts Segment B1::5;91 = Strategies were rarely implemented, almost all opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 2 = Strategies were implemented a few times and/or were extremely limited in variety and flexibility, most of opportunities to implement strategies were missed. 3 = Parents made some attempts to implement strategies, but they were not consistently implemented (about 50% of the time), about a half of the opportunities to implement the strategies were missed, strategies lacked variety and flexibility. 4 = Parents implemented strategies somewhat frequently and consistently across activities/routines (more than 50% of the time), but there were still a few opportunities missed (more than 20% of opportunities), majority of strategies were fairly varied (e.g., many of the expected components and/or multiple modalities were used) and well-timed. 5 = Strategies were implemented frequently and consistently across most activities/routines (more than 80% of the time) with variety and flexibility, opportunities to implement strategies were rarely missed. 9 = There was no oppurtunity to implement the strategy based on the context, convert assigned raw score of 9 to a score of 3 when calculating summary total score
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