Provide Choices To Allow Sheehan To Choose A Non-Attrisive Behavior

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. BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT PLAN
A. General Principles 1. Aggression

Proactive Strategies
1. Use priming strategy, verbal prompting, or a visual schedule.
2. Provide choices to allow Sheehan to choose a non-preferred activity or task, along with preferred activity.

Reactive Strategies
1. In the event of an aggressive act, verbally redirect by saying, “No, please don’t” or “It’s not OK to hit, kick, and/or throw items” using a firm flat affect.
2. If aggression is the result of not receiving a desired object, then that item(s) will not be made available until the aggressive behavior has ceased and replacement behavior exhibited.
3. If aggression is the result of trying to escape a demand, then follow through with the demand using the
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Adrian will receptively identify body parts in 90% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across therapists.

Current Level: Adrian is able to receptively identify eyes and mouth.

2. Adrian will follow one-step instructions in 90% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across adults and therapists.

Current Level: Adrian is able to complete one-step instructions, but is inconsistent.

3. Adrian will receptively identify emotions in 90% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across parents and therapists.

Current Level: Adrian is unable to identify emotions.

4. Adrian will receptively identify shapes in 90% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across parents and therapists.

Current Level: Adrian is able to identify some shapes.

5. Adrian will utilize Functional Communication Training (FCT) to indicate his wants and needs in 90% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across parents and therapists.

Current Level: Adrian does not use functional communication consistently.

6. Adrian will independently brush his teeth in 100% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across parent and therapists.

Current Level: Adrian has difficulty brushing his
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10. Adrian will independently use the toilet in 100% of opportunities for 3 consecutive sessions across parents and therapists

Current Level: Adrian does not use the toilet independently at this time.

C. Parent Training Goals:

1. Parent will learn about Antecedent strategies and how to implement them.

Current Level: Adrian has received in-home services; however, parent will continue to require support with antecedent strategies to help support Adrian and handle his behaviors.

2. Parents will learn how to eliminate aggressive behavior.

Current Level: Adrian has received in-home services; however, parent will continue to require support with ways to eliminate aggressive behavior and parents are still learning how to redirect Adrian’s maladaptive behaviors.

3. Parent will learn how to change behavior using behavioral change strategies, such as positive and negative reinforcement.

Current Level: Adrian has received in-home services; however, parent will continue to require support in this area.

4. Parent will learn how to identify functions of behaviors and appropriate strategies for

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