Access the Assessments tab from the Student Section.
There are currently four options under Assessments:
A Functional Assessment of a Behavior (aka Functional Behavioral Assessment or FBA) is an assessment of the relationship between a person’s Target Behaviors and their environment.
Different levels of an FBA include indirect sources of information (e.g., interviews, questionnaires, rating scales, etc.), descriptive sources of information (e.g., direct observations, data collection of antecedents, behaviors and consequences, or “ABC” data), and experimental sources of information, which are often referred to as functional analyses. When conducting Functional Analyses, Antecedents and Consequences are manipulated in a controlled manner in an attempt to isolate their effects on Target Behavior(s).
For more information: Functional Analysis
Currently, Catalyst offers four main types of preference assessments including Single Stimulus, Paired Stimulus (Forced-Choice), Multiple-Stimulus with Replacement (MSW), and Multiple-Stimulus without Replacement (MSWO).
For more information: Preference Assessment
Administrators can create a variety of Forms that will be available for users to complete in the app or in the Portal. Once a Form has been completed it can be viewed in the Portal.
For more information: Form Responses
(subscription only) With this licensed add-on, you can now do a VB-MAPP assessment in Catalyst. You are able to run multiple assessments, view & analyze scores, and download reports. The VB-MAPP is one of the most common assessment tools used to assess a child’s ability in key areas. These assessments are required for insurance coverage at least every 6 months. The VB-MAPP integration with Catalyst provides a seamless experience for Catalyst users.
For more information: VB-MAPP Introduction & Overview