Does your child have trouble behaving in the classroom? If so, that problem behavior could satisfy an unidentified need for your child. A functional behavior assessment (FBA) can help figure out the cause of problem behaviors. A behavior intervention plan (BIP) is a plan that’s based on the FBA. A BIP can help to replace problem behaviors with more positive ones. Here’s what you need to know about behavior interventions and the BIP. In this article: Behavior intervention plans can help prevent behavior problems by addressing their cause. An IEP or 504 plan should include strategies to help the child learn [...]
7 09, 2017
email@example.comT11:50:07-05:00Behavior Intervention Plans: What You Need to Knowkristina@partnerstx.org2019-10-03T11:50:07-05:00
6 09, 2017
firstname.lastname@example.orgT15:53:47-05:006 Ideas for Reducing Risky Behaviors in Teenskristina@partnerstx.org2019-07-02T15:53:47-05:00
Teens with learning and attention issues may be more likely to engage in risky behaviors, such as alcohol and drug abuse or unprotected sex. These suggestions may make your teen less likely to do so.