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Behavior Intervention Planning

Description of the Strategy

Behavior intervention planning (BIP) is a multistep and comprehensive process integrating elements of person-centered planning and positive behavior support. BIP focuses on an individual student's behavioral needs, is function based, and relies on a team-based approach to design, implement, and evaluate intervention outcomes. The overall goal of BIP is to effect durable positive changes consistent with the target student's immediate needs and long-term goals through function-based changes of behavioral, educational, and bio-medical variables. To this end, BIP considers major and minor problem behaviors and multiple settings and engages a multidisciplinary team to ensure the development of a support plan that is technically sound, has good contextual fit, is implemented with high fidelity, and yields the desired outcomes.

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