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ABI Review

Antecedent- Based Intervention

What do antecedent-based interventions involve? It involves making changes so that whatever is causing the interfering behavior to occur is gone and a variety of strategies that are intended to serve learners with ASD across age ranges.
Antecedent-based interventions are used to prevent and reduce interfering behaviors. True
Which of the following is not an antecendent-based intervention strategy? reinforcement
Antecedent-based interventions are consequence-based interventions. False
Antecedent-based intervention strategies can be used effectively across the age range. True
Steps for applying antecedent-based interventions include: identifying target behavior, conducting a functional behavior assessment, redirecting learner to use alternate behavior
Created by: lilacharya