Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)

BIP translates the insights from the FBA into a structured plan. It outlines the strategies and techniques to reduce problem behaviors and teach new skills. BIPs are individualized and focus on positive reinforcement.

Components: Clear goals, specific strategies (like DTT or NET), reinforcement methods (positive reinforcement for desired behaviors), and crisis management techniques if the individual engages in dangerous behaviors.

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Unit Name Date Hours
Identify Target Behaviors
Conduct a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
Set Clear and Measurable Goals
Develop Strategies
Implement and Monitor the Plan
Modify and Adjust the Plan
Involve Stakeholders
Crisis Management (if applicable)
Document and Evaluate
Celebrate Success and Reinforce Progress

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Related Information

Developing an effective Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) involves a systematic process to address problematic behavior and teach new, appropriate behaviors. Here are the steps typically followed in creating a BIP