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George slaps his face when he is outside in bright sun, and then staff put sunglasses on him. Instead, staff teach George to resquest his sunglassess before leaving house Alignment- Interventions are aligned to identified function
When it's time to leave, Sally flips chairs and then staff sit with her and talk for around 20 minutes. In response, Staff will spend about 20-minutes right before Sally leaves to talk about the day Alignment- Interventions are aligned to identified function
Carl's aggression is maintained by escape from demands. In response staff will use a DRO NOT Alignment- Interventions are aligned to identified function
Aggression: Each time Jon strikes another with a closed fist Taking a Break: Each time Jon says he needs a break, moves away from another, and then comes back Definition - Behavior targeted for decrease and increase are defined in observable, measurable terms
Self-Injury: Any time Sally's head contacts a hard surface with enough force to make an audible sound Functional Communication: Mand for items and activities with sign lanuage or picture exchange Definition - Behavior targeted for decrease and increase are defined in observable, measurable terms
Physical Aggression: charging, hitting, or biting NOT Definition - Behavior targeted for decrease and increase are defined in observable, measurable terms
In the next 6-months, Lisa will increase her ability to remain in school by taking a break during stressful situations at least half of the time Outcomes- Measurable and time-limited goals for target behaviors that improve the quality of life
Within 3-months, Charlie will independently self-select grocery items needed for the week and place them in the cart Outcomes- Measurable and time-limited goals for target behaviors that improve the quality of life
George will reduce his aggression to near zero levels in the next 6-months NOT Outcomes- Measurable and time-limited goals for target behaviors that improve the quality of life
Each instance of physical aggression and 'taking a break' will be recorded with the date and time of occurrence Measurement - Specific instructions for data collection procedures that reflect the behavior
Each time Sally requests a item or activity with her tablet, the device will record what was selected and when it was selected. Staff will record duration for each incident of outbursts Measurement - Specific instructions for data collection procedures that reflect the behavior
Outbursts will be recorded using a 1-hour partial interval NOT Measurement - Specific instructions for data collection procedures that reflect the behavior
Staff will provide a cue word to Johnny when it would be beneficial for him to use his "take a break" skill Staff will provide Johnny non-contignent break every 10-minutes during non-preferred tasks Proactive- Antecedent strategies to affect the probability of target behaviors (increase and decrease)
Staff will ensure both that Sally's picture exchange board is always within arms reach and that they are oriented toward her when interacting so that they can see her hands Proactive- Antecedent strategies to affect the probability of target behaviors (increase and decrease)
Staff should prompt George to complete non-preferred tasks every 2 minutes until they are complete NOT Proactive- Antecedent strategies to affect the probability of target behaviors (increase and decrease)
Frequent breaks are preferrable for Jim. If he requests a break from a task then staff should honor it. When Jim returns to task, staff should provide short praise and continue on buisness as usual Acceleration - Specific instructions for reinforcement of behavior targeted for increase with identified potentially reinforcing stimuli
When Jorge requests an item that is available, staff should retrieve it. If item isn't available staff should present two related alternative choices for Jorge to pick from. Acceleration - Specific instructions for reinforcement of behavior targeted for increase with identified potentially reinforcing stimuli
If, at the end of the day, no physical aggression has occurred, then Johnny will earn a diet soda NOT Acceleration - Specific instructions for reinforcement of behavior targeted for increase with identified potentially reinforcing stimuli
Aggression routinely allows escape from tasks. If aggression occurs, staff should evade or utilize brief manual restraint. After aggression, staff should re-present task. Decceleration- Reactive strategies for behaviors targeted for decrease
In the past, staff would rush to honor a request following Keith throwing items. Instead when outbursts of throwing items accompanies requests, staff should say in a empathetic tone, "Let's take a breather, instead" Decceleration- Reactive strategies for behaviors targeted for decrease
Following any attempts to slap his face, staff will apply arm splints to Terry's arms for the remainder of the day NOT Decceleration- Reactive strategies for behaviors targeted for decrease
Staff will be evaluated once a week with a checksheet of intervention steps. Any missed steps will be practices until sucessefully completed Fidelity- Measures for fidelity of implementation AND strategies to maintain high fidelity
Supervisors will randomly sample staff's interactions with Jessica to see if the schedule of non-contingent attention is being followed and then provide performance feedback Fidelity- Measures for fidelity of implementation AND strategies to maintain high fidelity
The behaivior analyst will monitor implementation NOT Fidelity- Measures for fidelity of implementation AND strategies to maintain high fidelity
Harry will be exposed to a variety of public situations to practice locating safe places to take a break Generalization - Describes specific strategies to promote generalization.
Staff will slowly introduce intermittent delays when responding to requests until it approximates the typical environment Generalization - Describes specific strategies to promote generalization.
Once targets are met, the BSP strategies will be discontinued NOT Generalization - Describes specific strategies to promote generalization.
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