Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)

Selecting interventions is based on:

  • what a behavioral assessment deems to be the problem behavior and its function as determined by data analysis
  • what the client needs in terms of a replacement behavior
  • the social significance of the change
  • evaluating the environment to see if it will produce reinforcement for the client after the intervention has been discontinued
  • keeping client’s preferences in mind

Good behavioral definitions are:

  • objective – referring only to observable characteristics
  • clear – no ambiguity
  • complete – giving examples of behavior and non-behavior
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