The behavior incident card can be used to collect information about A (Antecedents, B (Behaviors), and C (Consequences) surrounding a specific behavior incident. It provides a quick tool to document conditions surrounding an event. As part of a thorough FBA (functional behavioral assessment), the team will still need to consider setting events (precipitating factors), skill deficits, and other conditions surrounding the behavior. However, by completing these forms for each behavior incident, behavior trends can be identified. These trends guide the behavior implementation plan development. For information on how to use an ABC form as an observational tool, visit the IRCA article, "Observing Behavior Using A-B-C Data".