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 IEP Issues - Functional Behavioral Assessments

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Tips to Ensuring a Successful Positive Behavior Plan (from the Autism Society of America's ASA Net, July 15, 2003) - IDEA requires a child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP) team pay special attention to a child's behavior if it gets in the way of his or her education or the education of others.

 

Modifying Inappropriate Behaviors Part 1: Why is my child acting like this?

Modifying Inappropriate Behaviors Part 2: Consistency is Key

 

Functional Behavioral Assessments - Felix is an inquisitive, resourceful 15-year-old high school student with traumatic brain injury. He has struggled academically and behaviorally for years. In middle school, when presented with a difficult or complex assignment, he would frequently whine, stomp his feet, or hit his teacher or another student. When reprimanded, Felix would often run out of the room and, on several occasions, left the school grounds without permission. Click here to download this brief (pdf version) and to learn about the plan for Felix.

 

Introduction to Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) by Tricia Luker

  

 

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