This is my first app and main project, I have done a bit of work since this was originally written (posted months later). I will post updates later on or you can check it out on the stores. There are links in the post!
Welcome to the Behavior Report Card, developed with #thunkable-cross. I never planned on being here until I commissioned an app and got crap back. I decided to take the task upon myself.
I am a behavioral therapist and researcher working with children with autism and their parents. One of the biggest hurdles I face is finding a way to get parents to take data on their children. Parents are busy, and life is complicated. I have developed this behavior tracker to make it easier. By tracking their child’s behaviors, as a team, we determine if treatment is working or if we need to make changes to the program. This app allows for more data to be taken, for quick visual analysis, and for the parents and me to easily stay in touch every day even if I am not there.
As it stands today, Feb 13th, 2020, I will begin my thesis research project using this app within the next two weeks. If you know of any families that could benefit from this and would want to participate in research to develop an empirically validated data collection system for families.
Please feel free to leave any grows, blows, or whoahs! in the comments below!
3. Thank Yous
There is no way I could have finished this alone. I may miss someone, so if you know you helped and I left you out, I apologize and feel free to let me know, and I will tag you also!
@MyFiance – Dana Pellegrino, Ph.D. – thank you for allowing me to spend so much time on this. I love you!
@KevonJames (logo and banner designer)
quickchart.io – all charts are generated by this service. I also hit this guy up a lot for the support in the creation as I was learning to just use an API and Ian (?) helped me through it all! Thanks a ton! Visual analysis is really important in ABA.
icons8.com – thank you for the dope icons
@MyClassmates – thanks for the feedback
@MyGraduateAdvisor – Thomas Szabo, Ph.D. – thanks for the support and ideas