Behavior Support

Behavior Support Services are commonly provided to individuals served by the Board when the individual is assessed to need assistance with challenging behaviors.

The Behavior Support Specialist, in cooperation with the individual, his/her SSA, and other team members, completes an assessment and develops strategies for the Individual Service Plan and Individual Success Plan (ISP). Success Plans which include restrictive interventions are approved by the Human Rights Committee and are reviewed every 30 days. The Behavior Support Specialist is available to work with families or residential staff to develop strategies to use at home. The Behavior Support Specialist is also available to assist with development of strategies for eligible children who attend school in their local school district.

POLICY 8.3 – Behavior Support

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