Correspondence Assessment for People who take part in Behaviors Of Concern BOC Module 3 : Behavior Support Plans

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Correspondence Assessment for People who participate in Behaviors Of Concern (BOC) Module 3 : Behavior Support Plans Hilary Johnson, Nick Hagiliassis, Barbara Solarsh, Teresa Iacono, Jo Watson, Teena Caithness Office of the Senior Practitioner, Disability Services, Victoria

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"The Black Balloon" (2009) What is Charlie doing at the checkout? Did Thomas know there would have been an issue? What message is Charlie giving his dad and sibling? What is the A-B-C? How might you be able to change the A? We might want to say thanks to Tristram Miall, Producer, and Elissa Down, Director for authorization to incorporate this scene from "The Black Balloon" (2009)

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What we have to give a message Something to Communicate about The yearning to convey The need to impart Opportunities to impart A method for correspondence Someone to speak with Shea and Mount (1982)

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Autism Spectrum Disorder ↓ Desire to convey ↓ Something to Communicate about ↓ Need to convey Opportunities to convey A method for correspondence Someone to speak with

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Challenging Behavior - known as Behaviours of Concern (BOC) Culturally irregular practices of such a power, recurrence or length that the physical wellbeing of the individual or others is probably going to be put in genuine peril, or conduct which is probably going as far as possible the utilization of, or result in the individual being denied access to normal group offices Emerson (2001)

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Behaviors of Concern (BOC) Any conduct that: is a hindrance to the individual taking an interest in, and adding to their group undermines, specifically or by implication, a man's rights, poise or personal satisfaction represents a hazard to the wellbeing and security of a man and those with whom they live and work McVilly (2002)

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Small Group Work Select a conduct of concern and portray it Write your answers on butcher's paper

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Defining a Behavior of Concern (BOC) O'Neil, Horner, Albin, Sprague, Story & Newton (1997)

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Case Study: Jessica Small gathering action Read the sheet Answer the inquiries on the back of the sheet

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Formulation Moderate/serious ID Jessica 20 years Difficulties with open dialect No expressive dialect Not taking a gander at photograph of shoes Grabs guest's packs and strolls to front entryway Anxious when there is clamor ↓ request and routine Refuses to escape auto at Day Program Becomes on edge

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Behavior is a strategy for imparting a message. Individuals don't carry on arbitrarily. All conduct useful for the person.

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Understanding the individual Watch and record - mention objective facts Review document notes Talk to individuals Read books Mc Villy (2002) Assessments PBS preparing A-B-C diagrams, STAR graphs O'Neill & Horner (1990) LaVigna & Willis (2003)

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The multi-component demonstrate LaVigna and Willis (1995) BSP in light of five personal satisfaction (QOL) values Presence and cooperation in the group; Fulfilling esteemed parts and increasing social regard; Maintaining fulfilling individual associations with loved ones; Expressing individual inclinations and settling on decisions; and Gaining aptitudes and skills

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PROCESS CONTENT MATERIALS 04/03 D3-G © 2003 IABA 14 ASSESSMENT SUPPORT PLAN PROACTIVE STRATEGIES REACTIVE ECOLOGICAL STRATEGIES POSITIVE PROGRAMMING FOCUSED SUPPORT SITUATIONAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE DESIGN INDEPENDENT VARIABLES MEDIATION TRAINING SPECIFIC GENERAL COMPLIANCE NATURAL SOCIAL CHANGE AGENTS PROFESSIONAL SPECIALIZED SPEED & DEGREE OF EFFECTS SIDE EFFECTS SOCIAL VALIDITY DEPENDENT VARIABLES CLINICAL/EDUCATIONAL VALIDITY DURABILITY OF EFFECTS GENERALIZATION OF EFFECTS OVER TIME EPISODIC SEVERITY

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What is the reason for a Behavior Support Plan (BSP)? Proactive Immediate Response Strategies 3 2 4 1 5 .

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Behavior Intervention Support Plan PROACTIVE STRATEGIES Change nature Teach Skills Short Term Change Strategies IMMEDIATE RESPONSE STRATEGY Situational Management

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RIDs

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Case Study: AAC procedures in BISP

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"Correspondence and Challenging Behavior" (2007) Rhys Laura Sean Isobel We some of the time feel that these youngsters are being underhanded, when really it's their lone method for conveying… until we locate an alternate way they have no decision truly…

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