Posted: June 10th, 2022

BARS model

create a BARS for the following job function of an RBT:
Data Collection
Or – you may select a different behavior if you are well experienced with the job expectation.
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The behavior being pinpointed; effective pairing with a client. These are the factors we want to
see below:
1. RBT is engaging with client and with the activities
2. RBT follows the client’s motivation
3. RBT does not place any demands while pairing
4. Client will be compliant when RBT introduces simple demands
The opposite of pairing would be not pairing. These are the factors associated during a session of
no pairing:
1. Client shows an increase in maladaptive behaviors
2. RBT is placing too many demands
3. RBT presents non- preferred items or activities
4. RBT allows child to play alone
Pairing Task Analysis for RBTs:
o Was I enthusiastic and playful?
o Identified reinforcers that the client wants at the moment
o Offered reinforcement without placing demands
o Introduced new ways of playing with preferred items
o Narrated during all activities during the session
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BARS for pairing with a client.
The BARS below is for pairing with a client by an RBT during a 1:1 session.
Section 4-Excellent 3-Very Good 2-Good 1-Fair 0-Needs
Improvement
RBT is
engaging
with client
and with the
activities
RBT is
playful and
enthusiastic,
joins in all
the activities,
introduces
new ways to
playing with
the chosen
items
RBT is
playful and
enthusiastic,
joins in most
of the
activities
RBT is
physically
present but
only verbally
praises and
encourages
client while
they engage
in activities
RBT is sitting
near client as
they engage
in activities.
RBT is 6Ft or more
away from client, is
not verbally or
physically engaging.
RBT may be on their
phone or distracted
by other means.
RBT follows
the client’s
motivation
RBT allows
client to pick
all activities
or items,
sings songs
that are of
interest to
client.
RBT allows
client to pick
most
activities or
items, sings
songs that are
of interest to
client as well
as other
songs.
RBT allows
client to pick
some
activities or
items but
suggest other
activities that
are not led by
client
motivation.
RBT is
singing but
songs are not
of interest to
client.
RBT allows
client to pick
a few
activities or
items but
RBT picks
majority of
the activities
for the client.
RBT is in control of
choosing all
activities and items
for the client.
RBT does not
place many
demands
while pairing
RBT does not
place any
demands or
instructions,
does not ask
any
questions.
RBT only
engages by
narrating and
commenting.
RBT does not
place any
demands but
may give a
few
instructions,
asks <5 questions. Still narrates and comments during RBT place <5 demands or instructions, asks <5 questions. Does some narrating during activities with client. RBT places <10 demands or instructions, asks <10 questions. RBT does not narrate or comment during activities. RBT only places demands or instructions >10
while with client.
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activities.
Client will be
compliant
when RBT
introduces
simple
demands
RBT gives
simple
demands and
client follows
through
without
displaying
any
maladaptive
behaviors.
Client still
looks to
engage with
RBT during
play
activities.
RBT gives
simple
demands and
client follows
through
without
displaying
any
maladaptive
behaviors.
RBT has to
initiate
engagement
during play
activities.
RBT gives
simple
demands and
client follows
through with
prompting
but displays
1-2 any
maladaptive
behaviors.
RBT has to
initiate
engagement
during play
activities.
RBT gives
simple
demands and
client follows
through with
prompting
but displays
>2
maladaptive
behaviors.
Client avoids
RBT at the
beginning of
the next
session.
RBT gives simple
demands and client
does not follow
through and displays
>2 maladaptive
behaviors. Client
attempts to avoid
RBT at next session.
Interventions:
Top Score: I would provide immediate positive feedback and provide a sufficient reinforcement.
Middle score: Provide feedback on ways they could improve to get a top score but also provide
reinforcement for the behaviors that we want to maintain.
Low Score: Troubleshoot and assess why they scored so low. Once the barriers are identified
work to remove those barriers.
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BARS exercise

Section

Points

0

3

5

Task Analysis
Complete a task analysis selecting behaviors and results to be included in the BARS

Task analysis is not provided

Task analysis is provided, but it’s missing at least 2 behaviors/results

Task analysis is provided and includes all behaviors/results descripted into BARS

Format
Format BARS to be easy to read and to direct observation and evaluation of the intended task

BARS doesn’t appear in table format

BARS appears in table format, but with more than one behavior/result in each line

BARS appears in table format with only one behavior in each line

Evaluation categories are not provided

3 or less categories are provided

4 or more categories are provided

Behaviors Pinpointing
Define each behavior as observable with its observable result

No behaviors linked with their results

Less than 80% of behaviors are linked with their results

100% of behaviors are linked with their results

Behaviors Measurement
Provide quantitative values for each behavior and result, in order to obtain objective evaluations

No quantitative and numerical values are provided

Quantitative and numerical values are provided for less than 80% of behaviors

Quantitative and numerical values are provided for 100% of behaviors

Intervention Suggestion
Provide suggestions for participant based on their total score (may select intervals)

No recommendations are provided.

Recommendations are only provided for either reinforcement or corrective action (but not both)

Recommendations are provided for all scores on the BARS.

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