Writing a behavior plan is all about individualization. There is no one-size-fits-all formula that will work for every student. This process can be daunting and overwhelming. I get it. I’ve been there. Sitting in front of that document wondering where the heck you even start. Well, I have a new resource to the rescue. This resource is meant to be a guide in the behavior plan process. It is meant to provide you with tools and materials to develop an individualized plan for your student or child.
The key to a successful behavior plan is selecting interventions that are function-based (meaning they align with what the problem behavior is communicating). This resource will guide you through entire behavior plan process from collecting baseline data, determining the purpose of the problem behavior, selecting a replacement behavior, to training staff on the interventions.
The most exciting (and frequently recommended) component of this resource are the behavior plan flowcharts. There are 20 Behavior Plan Flow Charts included in this resource for a variety of types of behaviors with different behavioral functions. These are an effective and efficient way to train staff to implement procedures correctly!
There are also editable versions included so you can customize the Flow Charts to meet the needs of your students.
I am also loving all of these replacement behavior visuals. There are a bunch of different options and they are organized by type of behavior (functionally). I have been printing these like crazy lately for different kids I am working with!
Check out my two previews to learn more!
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