Behavioral Supports

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Behavioral Supports includes a complete assessment of the challenging behavior(s), development of a structured behavioral modification plan, implementation of the plan, ongoing training and supervision of caregivers and behavioral aides, and periodic reassessment of the plan. Intervention modalities are developed identifying challenging behavioral need of the individual.

Examples of Assessment/Plan Development Activities

  • Behavioral assessment
  • Development of behavior support plan
  • Dissemination of plan
  • Initial training and supervision of caregivers
  • Training, oversight, and coordination with staff performing monitoring activities
  • Periodic re-training and supervision of caregivers
  • Review of raw and/or aggregated data associated with plan
  • Periodic reassessment of behavioral support plan
  • Revision of plan when required

Examples of Monitoring Activities

  • Monitoring the implementation of plan by caregivers
  • Incidental correction and re-training of caregivers
  • Review data collection practices for integrity
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