ASHA Course Number: DLAOTA1213
Course Credits: 0.2 AOTA CEUs (2 hours); Introductory Level, Related Area
This course will address what a behavior intervention plan (BIP) is comprised of and how other professionals can understand and support students who have one. It will also provide information on how to understand and implement basic behavioral strategies and when to seek advanced support when challenging behaviors become more severe.
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- Identify and understand the components of a behavior intervention plan.
- Describe how to use basic antecedent interventions.
- Describe how to use basic consequence interventions.
- Identify when and how to ask for help with more severe problem behaviors based on setting.
- 15 minutes: Introduction and brief overview of previous Behavior Strategies 1.0
- 45 minutes: Define BIP and antecedent interventions
- 60 minutes: Consequence interventions, asking for help based on setting, questions
- 10 minutes: Post test