WinFssi Screen Shots

 

 

Opening Screen

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Tally Sheet Report

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This screen reports the scores on each subscale of the FSSI in numbers as well as giving the percent of possible points a person received credit for achieving. Note: These are not percentiles, that is the score neither compares the number achieved to a reference group nor does it imply a standard score. These numbers may be used in a variety of ways to document change in an individual.

 

 

 

Priority I, II, and III Combined Chart

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This screen reports the percentages from the tally sheet in graphic form. Remember, Priority 1 items are those essential functional behaviors that every person needs to attain some level of autonomy in living and working behaviors. Priority II skills are those behaviors that are best performed with supervision or structured direction. Priority III skills are those functional behaviors that are done spontaneously, independently and with no reminders, supervision, or checking on outcome.

 

 

 

Raw Scores Chart

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Comparison of Two Assessments (Raw Scores) Chart

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This screen again comes from the percentages listed on the tally sheet but the FSSI program allows for comparison of the person over time. Think of this screen as a pre- and post- comparison with intervention happening between them. This is an excellent way to document progress and to show how the person does on functional behaviors over time.

 

 

 

 

Comparison of Two Assessments (Combined) Chart

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This screen compares an individual across all areas measured by the FSSI. So that it is possible to show progress from one time to another. This may be used in ARDs to show progress, to monitor change, and to identify needs.

 

 

 

Comparison of Two Chart

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Comment Report

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Deficit Report

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