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RBT Module 16

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Transcript of RBT Module 16

Module Goals

Instructor:
Dr. Michael Cameron
Registered Behavior Technician Module:
D-01
(Behavior Reduction)
Registered Behavior Technician
Module 16

Perspectives
Behavior Intervention Plan

Title:
Identify the essential components of a written behavior reduction plan
Duration:
60 Minutes
Assessment:
Competency based quiz (questions)
Demonstration Recommendations:
At the conclusion of this training,
Ask
your BCBA supervisor to show you a copy of a Behavior Intervention Plan,
Review
each component
of the plan, and then
Demonstrate
you ability to implement the plan following the appropriate training by your Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Your training may
involve role playing, verbal quizzes, written quizzes, and a verbal description of all the
components of the plan
To describe a Behavior Intervention Plan
To describe the process for developing a
Behavior Intervention Plan
To identify the essential components
of a Behavior Intervention Plan
To the discuss the aesthetics of a Behavior Intervention Plan
To discuss quality control and quality assurance
Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
Behavior Support Plan (BSP)
Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP)
Dr. Ted Carr
1948 - 2009
Internationally recognized
pioneer in autism treatment
research
A plan, developed by a
team, and based on the result of a
Functional Behavior Assessment
(FBA). At a minimum, the plan
will include a description of
the problem behavior(s), a hypothesis
as to why the problem behavior(s) occur, and
comprehensive intervention strategies to
support behavior change.
Types of Behaviors Targeted for Decrease
Behavior that produces attention or
the delivery of desired items (socially mediated)
Behavior that allows a person to avoid or
escape demands or other undesirable events,
circumstances or activities
Behavior that occurs because of its
sensory consequences (automatic)
Types of Behaviors Targeted for Increase
Communication and language Skills
Academic Skills
Social Skills
Conflict resolution skills
Self management and
self control skills
The Process for Developing a Behavior
Intervention Plan
Build the team
(key stakeholders including the family, the IEP team for a school-aged individual, and members of key disciplines such as medicine, Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Social Work)
Establish rapport and confer respect
Maintain sensitivity to context (ecology of the educational environment and home)
Commit to evolving growth and change
Ensure goals are mutually shared
Know the strengths
and interests of the
individual you are supporting
Complete the Functional Behavior Assessment
(FBA). All
interventions will be linked to the important results of the FBA
Develop hypothesis statement
and share FBA results with the team
Develop the Behavior Intervention Plan
Monitor the Results

The Process

The Anatomy of a Behavior Intervention Plan
Teaching Strategies
. Explicitly teach
behaviors and skills that result in
the same outcomes as the target behavior(s)
Setting Event Strategies
. Address factors that
may set the stage for challenging behavior (e.g.,
medical issues)
Antecedent Control Strategies
. Neutralize or
eliminate events that are "triggers" for
challenging behaviors
Consequence Control Strategies
. Procedures
that will result in the acceleration of appropriate
behavior and the deceleration of maladaptive
behavior
Safety Net Strategies
. The plan should include a
safety plan for individuals that put themselves and
others are risk (e.g., due to elopement or
self-injurious behavior)
Implementation of Plan
. An outline of who will
implement the plan, how they will be trained,
and how the plan will be reviewed and shared with
stakeholders (including the client)
Monitoring Strategies
. An outline of the data
collection strategies that will be used to evaluate
the fidelity of plan implementation and
efficacy of the plan
Generalization and
Maintenance Strategies
.
A plan for promoting the
generalization of skills
A Note on Aesthetics

"For you to sleep at night,
the aesthetics, the quality,
has to be carried all the
way through" Steve Jobs
Evaluating a Plan: A Job Aid
Questions

Answers
What is a Behavior Intervention Plan?

A plan based on the results of an FBA that includes comprehensive strategies for changing behavior

List three target behaviors to increase.
Communication skills, language skills, and conflict resolution skills
What is the first step required when developing a Behavior Intervention Plan?
Build the team

List three components of a Behavior Intervention Plan.

Teaching procedures, setting event strategies, and
antecedent control strategies
True or False.

The aesthetics of behavioral arrangements matter.
OMG. True
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