In a value based service setting the positive behavior support methodology has responded to the call for a safe, respectful, and evidence informed practice for responding to challenging behaviors.
Instead of managing or treating behaviors, the positive behavior support methodology seeks to replace the goal seeking behavior with strategies that are more productive.
The response of the service and healthcare fields to this approach has been overwhelming; with legislation, organizational policies, research, educational curriculum, and communities of care all responding in support.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Staff Beliefs & Client Perceptions of Helpfulness
Client Beliefs & Staff Strategies to be Helpful
Evaluating Cause & Effect: Using Questions to Explore Antecedents
Evaluating Cause & Effect: Descriptions & Metrics
Principles of Cause & Effect: Exploring Antecedents
ABC Behavior Tracking Form
Positive Behavior Support Model (Graphic Model)
Intervention Skill Building Model (Generic)
An Example: Positive Behavior Support Plan & Functional Behavior Assessment
Recommended Guidelines for Developing Functional Assessments & Positive Behavior Support Plans (DDA 5.14)
Functional Assessment Guidelines (DDA 5.14)
Positive Behavior Support Plan Guidelines (DDA 5.14)
Author: Travis Barker, MPA GCPM
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About the Author
With over 20 years of experience in the public, social, and healthcare sectors, Innovate Vancouver brings a wealth of experience and insight into project design, strategic planning, business culture, and the tools to support creativity and innovation.
Travis Barker completed his bachelor's degree in psychology, master's degree in public administration, post graduate certificate in project management, and pursued a doctorate in organizational leadership (left to found a startup).
Travis Barker can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at http://innovatevancouver.org