This is a great follow-up to Functional Behavior Assessment for People with Autism. Once the purpose of a child's problematic behavior has been determined through a functional behavior assessment (FBA), the next step is to work on modifying that behavior. This guide aims to develop an effective behavior intervention plan to stop undesirable behaviors such as hitting, screaming, or repetitive questioning to help the individual with Autism have a more productive and inclusive future. There is an outline of the educational approach for parents, teachers, adult service providers, and aides that not only helps to reduce the problem behavior but also to teach the individual with autism new skills to get his needs met.
The book covers: Review of what an FBA is; How behavior is learned and unlearned; Preventing challenging behavior; Replacement behaviors; Reinforcement techniques; Pros & cons of reinforcement vs. punishment; Interventions tailored to the function of the problem behavior; Collecting and graphing data; Writing behavior intervention plans; Troubleshooting and Positive Behavior Supports.Soft Cover, 150 pages, by Beth A. Glasberg, PhD, BCBA
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