Escape And Task Avoidance And Access To Tangibles

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A. Behavior: Aggression Antecedent: Wants access to tangible or escape from sibling interaction.
Behavior: Hits with open hand, pushes, throws items, and hits with toys.
Consequence: She is verbally reprimanded.

Function: The function of this behavior is Escape and Task Avoidance and Access to Tangibles.

Replacement Behaviors:
1. Rosemary will utilize Functional communication to indicate wants and needs.
2. Rosemary will be able to comply with instructions provided. B. Behavior: Automatic/Self-Stimulatory

Antecedent: Wants attention or access to a tangible and/or to self-sooth.
Behavior: She will engage in visual stims, screams, run around in circles, echolia, mouth, and/or touch soft or silky textures.
Consequence: She is told
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Behavior: Eloping
Antecedent: She sees a desirable item or will want to engage in desirable activity and told he cannot.
Behavior: Rosemary will run towards the item or activity she is seeking.
Consequence: Parents run after Rosemary and will say, “Get back here!”
Function: The function of this behavior is Access to Tangibles.
Replacement Behaviors:
1. Rosemary will utilize Functional communication to indicate wants and needs.
2. Rosemary will comply with instructions provided.
D. Behavior: Tantrums

Antecedent: When preferred items are denied or removed or not available.
Behavior: She will scream, throw items, sits on the floor, and rolls on the floor.
Consequence: Mom will ignore her and walk away or tell her to stop crying or will get her desirable item. Rosemary will follow mom and try to get her attention

Function: The function of this behavior is Access to Tangibles and Attention.

Replacement Behavior:

5. Rosemary will utilize Functional communication to indicate wants and needs.
6. Rosemary will use coping strategies such as: deep breathing, counting to five, listen to soothing music, deep pressure squeezes, tactile sensory box with different soft textures, ask for walk, in order to calm

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