•  Positive Behavior Intervention

    Comprehensive positive behavioral interventions have antecedents and setting event modifications, the teaching of alternative skills, consequence strategies, and lifestyle interventions. Some examples of positive supports that might be included in developing positive behavior interventions are:
    • Teaching the child replacement behaviors
    • Rewarding the child for using socially acceptable behavior
    • Teaching the child to avoid the behavior "triggers"
    • Teaching the child to identify emotions
    • Changing the responses of the adults
    • Changing negative stimuli in the environment
    • Identify a caring adult to give positive time at school
    • Supporting the child at problematic times