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29 08, 2019

What is an FBA and How Is It Used?

2019-11-04T15:43:17-06:00

When a child with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) has challenging behaviors in school that are not improving, parents may request a re-evaluation to more closely examine the behaviors of concern. As part of that re-evaluation, a district may conduct a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) to identify special education and related services and develop or modify a behavioral intervention plan.

What is an FBA and How Is It Used?2019-11-04T15:43:17-06:00
7 09, 2017

Behavior Intervention Plans: What You Need to Know

2019-10-03T11:50:07-05:00

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 [...]

Behavior Intervention Plans: What You Need to Know2019-10-03T11:50:07-05:00
8 05, 2017

Planning for a Meeting about Your Child’s Behavior Needs

2017-06-30T15:26:36-05:00

Raising a child with a disability is challenging.  Raising a child with a disability who also has behavioral needs is even more challenging.  As a parent, you may find yourself among competing approaches to handling behavior concerns.  Planning ahead for an individualized meeting about your child’s behavior needs will help you explain your own ideas about the best way to help your child in addition to listening to the ideas of others. […]

Planning for a Meeting about Your Child’s Behavior Needs2017-06-30T15:26:36-05:00
7 10, 2016

Plan Ahead for an Effective Meeting About Your Child’s Behavior Needs

2019-05-30T13:55:46-05:00

As a parent, you may find yourself among competing approaches to handling behavior concerns.  Planning ahead for an individualized meeting about your child’s behavior needs will help you explain your own ideas about the best way to help your child in addition to listening to the ideas of others.

Plan Ahead for an Effective Meeting About Your Child’s Behavior Needs2019-05-30T13:55:46-05:00

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