Homework training also emphasizes a systematic approach to homework administration that involves collaborating with the client to identify how often, in what length of time, where, and when the homework should be completed. In addition, a written record of the homework providing these details is required. Our research has shown that although over 90% of mental health workers say they use homework, in practice only 15% write down the details for clients as noted above. Written details can help address cognitive problems some people with psychosis experience, such as difficulties with memory or planning. A homework assignment pad is provided that includes prompts (where, when, how often, and so on) to structure an assignment, guide the worker and client, ensure the assignment is sufficiently behaviorally specific, and provide a written record. The pad is carbonized, enabling the client and case manager to retain a copy of the assigned homework for subsequent review. Research suggests that such written details are associated with better homework completion and more positive treatment outcomes than assignments without written reinforcement.