Learn / Clinical Edit an Active Session Date and/or Time

Anyone with access to the session that has collected time for the active session, is able to edit the session date and time. For instance if user A collects time and user B opens the session but does not collect data, user B will not be able to edit the session time.

An Org Account can also edit session times of a session another user started.

To learn how to edit an active session date and/or time, click here. 

Learn / Clinical Goals List

Goals List allows you to see a snapshot of how all of your client’s goals and targets are progressing. The list can be filtered by domain, assessment, long and short-term goals, and more.

Goals List can be accessed by navigating to the  Learn module and selecting Clinical.

Learn / Clinical Group Session Classrooms

Classrooms are created and saved over time under group sessions for students who are continually paired together. Classrooms allow quick access to start a social skills group, a lunch bunch or other paired situations. 

To learn how to create a group session classroom , click here. 

To learn how to create a one time group session, click here. 

Learn / Clinical Learning Tree Labels

Organizations use Learning Tree labels to label branches with keywords or phrases, making it easier to search and filter through the Goals List. Also, labels help organizations effectively conduct quality control reports on programming.

  • Examples of Learning Tree labels are:
    • High Intensity Aggression
    • Core Skills
    • Toileting

Learning Tree labels carry over when:

  • Copying a branch in a client’s Learning Tree
  • Pulling over branches from library templates that have Learning Tree labels
    • Labels will carry over into your client’s personal learning tree
  • Making Marketplace purchases that use organizational Learning Tree labels
    • Labels will appear on the designated branches on your client’s Learning Tree when you use these templates

Click here to learn how to add labels to a learning tree.

Learn / Clinical Learning Tree Options: Access & Sharing

When creating or editing a Learning Tree, the following access and sharing options are available for you to control who can view or edit the Learning Tree:

  • Can Edit: will allow the user to view and modify anything within the tree
  • Read Only: will grant the user access to the tree but will not allow them to make any modifications
  • Remove Access: by clicking the trashcan  icon next to any contact you want to remove from the tree

Learn / Clinical Learning Trees

Learning Trees are client’s program books or binders.

  1. Learning Trees allows clinicians to:
  • Develop custom programming
  • Modify existing curriculum templates
  • Automate graphing and adjustment of visual displays
  • Entry of Phase Changes, Event, & Goal Lines

2. The learning tree structure serves three different functions:

  • Clinical
    • Learning trees in the clinical section are used as program books for specific clients. They become part of a client’s personal medical records and cannot be shared or reproduced
  • Courses
    • Learning trees in the Courses & Trainings section are used to create CEU courses, or staff training for employees of an agency. Employee progress can be tracked, and certificates of completion can be generated
  • Library Templates
    • Learning trees in the library section are generic program templates that can be used repeatedly, and either assigned to a client, or imported into a client learning tree and then modified to meet individual needs. These are most often used to create goal banks in an agency

Learning Trees can be accessed and built by navigating to the  Learn module and selecting Clinical.

Learn / Clinical Sessions

Sessions are CentralReach’s electronic Data Sheets that provide therapists with the tools to effectively run clients’ programming, program instructions, prompting hierarchies, and graphs of most recent data points and prompts used. Sessions also lock goals to one location for easy access (i.e. Behavior Reduction).

Sessions can be accessed by navigating to the  Learn module and selecting Clinical.

Learn / Clinical Understanding Data Collection Types

The following data collection types are available within the Data Collection Details section to configure Learning Tree targets data types:

  • Percent Correct: scores a plus for correct responses and a minus for incorrect responses. You can add prompt strategies and record if the student was correct or incorrect while using a given prompt. The total percentage will be calculated as the plus quantity divided by the total opportunities.
    • or x and Independent Coding of an entire Prompting Hierarchy (+ or x)
    • Calculated as Number correct/total trials
    • 0-100 Y Axis
    • Uses: Skill Acquisition (Discrete skills)

  • Percent Independence: scores either independent, no response, or error; with the option to add prompt strategies. The user can also set up prompts to track as well. “Independent,” and any clicked prompts, score a plus while “NR” and “ERR” score a minus. The total percentage will be calculated as the plus quantity divided by the total opportunities.
    • Independent, Error, No Response, or single Prompt
    • Calculated as Number independent/Total opportunities
    • 0-100 Y Axis
    • Optional: count prompts as negative” (i.e., failed trial if prompt used) and ability to set up a default on the user’s device to always count prompts as negative
    • Uses: Skill Acquisition (Requesting & Activities of Daily Living)

  • Duration: duration will calculate the length of a specific behavior. You will be prompted to either enter the length of a behavior or use a timer while in “session.”
    • Start/Stop
    • Calculated as Total Time
    • Y axis adjusts based on bounce envelope
    • Can graph by duration of episode or total duration
    • Uses: Activities/Behavior (Total time)
  • Task Analysis: allows you to set up a number of trials and the steps you wish to follow. As defaults, “independent,” and any clicked prompts, score a plus while “NR” and “ERR” score a minus. The graphed value will reflect the percent of all correct steps divided by all total steps scored.
    • Independent, Error, No Response, or Single Prompt
    • Calculated as number independent steps/total number of steps
    • 0-100 Y Axis
    • Optional: “Count prompts as negative” (i.e., failed step if prompt used) and ability to set up a default on the user’s device to always count prompts as negative
    • Forward/Backward/Whole chains
    • Auto Generated Systematic Prompt Fading (i.e., criterion moves from most to least for each step)
    • Uses: skill acquisition (Sequence Programs, Echoic Breakdowns, and Activities of Daily Living)

  • Rate: will calculate the frequency of instances a behavior has over a time interval. CentralReach calculates rate as a per minute sample. The graphed value is the rate of behavior per minute.
    • Timer and + or –
    • The user can adjust axis (i.e., same visual display – dynamic Y axis)
    • Identical Raw data vs Graphed Display
      • Minute Display: 1-hour timing with 60 instances = 1/min
      • Hour Display: 1-hour timing with 60 instances = 60/hour
      • Entire Day Display equal to 1-hour timing with 60 instances equal to 1440/day
    • Caution: entire day display (assumes learner engages in behavior continiously) Calculated as behavior/minute (Default)
    • Uses: Skill Acquisition/Behavior (Tracking how often behavior is occuring)

  • Rating Scale: will rate a behavior or a skill from 1 to 5. If running multiple trials, the final score will be the average rating of all trials.
    • 0-5 Slider Bar (Likert Scale)
    • 0-5 Y Axis
    • Uses: Behavior (Magnitude)

  • Score: calculates a final number for your behavior tracking. In a session, the “score” method of input is a keypad.
    • Keypad
    • Calculated as total number
    • Y axis adjusts based on bounce envelope
    • Uses: Skill Acquisition (Total Values of worksheets)
      • Frequency is advised as an alternaitve to this data type

  • Time Sampling: can be used for partial or whole interval recording, as well as momentary time sampling. An audio alert will tell you when to enter data. The graphed calculation will be a percent of the intervals with a score divided by total intervals.
    • Timer and or x calculated as number of intervals with/total intervals
    • 0-100 Y Axis
    • Set interval length and number of intervals (beep at end)
    • Timer start may be tied to data sheet timer
    • Uses: Skill Acquisition/Behavior (Tracking if behavior occured in set intervals)

  • Frequency: will calculate the number of instances of a behavior or skill.
    • + or – and/or numbers may be typed in
    • Calculated as total number (+ increases the total count, – decreases the total count)
    • Y axis adjusts based on bounce envelope
    • Uses: behavior (Total Count)

Learn / Clinical VB-MAPP

CentralReach offers an electronic version of the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP), a commonly used language assessment tool for individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities. This scoring protocol is the same version of B.F. Skinner’s behavioral analysis of language, verbal behavior, and establishment of developmental milestones and includes all of the features that many BCBAs are already familiar with. These components include the Milestones Assessment, Barriers Assessment, Transition Assessment, and Early Echoic Skills Assessment (EESA).

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The colorful scoring grids allow users to view the scores of each component, broken down by each level.

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Therapists can also auto-generate reports based on the child’s performance.

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Users can also compare up to 4 assessments for an easier, at-a-glance view of each performance!

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To have this feature enabled in your account or to inquire about pricing, please open a support ticket and one of our representatives will provide more information.

Learn / Clinical Video Resource ID

When adding a video resource branch type to a Learning Tree, and selecting YouTube as the video type, you will be prompted to enter a YouTube ID. The YouTube ID is included within the URL of the YouTube video you are adding to the branch, and is the value of the last section of the URL after the equal (=) sign, as shown in the example below:

  • YouTube ID: 7K5d5C_xvro