How to Conduct a Functional Assessment & Develop Behavior Plans to Reduce Problem Behavior - A Functional Analysis is an assessment by which the controlling environmental variables (functions) of behavior are identified. Once variables or functions are identified they can be manipulated to change behavior . After a Functional Analysis, interventions that are least restrictive, and have the best possibility of accelerating or decelerating a behavior can be implemented.
Includes three interview forms in order to complete a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). Teacher, parent and student interview forms are one page, making them quick and easy to complete. However, they are also comprehensive by asking in common language about antecedents, behavior, and consequences of behavior(s) which are key components of a FBA.
What You Get This document includes 30 pages of materials for planning, developing, and collecting data for behavior intervention plans (BIPs) and functional behavior assessments (FBAs). The document begins with a step-by-step guide to follow for assessing behavior and creating behavior plans that work.