Designing Positive Behavior Support Plans
American Association on Mental Retardation, Jan 1, 1998 - Education - 43 pages
A timeless reference for school-based teams, community service providers, and parents supporting children with disabilities engaging in difficult behaviors. This book provides a conceptual framework for understanding, designing, and evaluating positive behavior support plans. It explains how to gather important information about problem behaviors, use guidelines for developing comprehensive support plans, and evaluate the success of a support plan.
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What Is Positive Behavior Support?
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