12. If Psychotropic Medications have been prescribed - there are Target behavior(s) related to the reasons for which medications were prescribed.
Non-Exemplars Medication Reason Prescribed Quetapine Bipolar Disorder Oonazepam Depression Divalproex Aggression Acetaminophen Pain and fever Tussin Cough Milk of Magnesia Constipation
Exemplars Medication Date Prescribed Target Behavior Quetapine June 15, 2017 Pacing/Repetitive Behaviors Oonazepam June 15, 2017 None Identified Divalproex March 15, 2018 Pacing/Repetitive Behaviors
13. If Psychotropic Medications have been prescribed - Describe procedures for communication of data with the prescribing physician.
Non-Exemplars Direct Care staff and Cheryl’s parents will accompany her to all psychiatric appointments. The Parents and Direct Care staff will communicate with the psychiatrist what they feel is important regarding what has been happening behaviorally with Cheryl. Direct Care staff will also bring the monthly summaries from the ISP.
Exemplars The BCBA will provide graphed data of all target behaviors. The BCBA and/or House Manager will accompany Percy and his staff to each psychiatric appointment. In addition, the BCBA will communicate with the psychiatrist via email on a monthly basis (in between scheduled appointments) indicating a summary of behaviors and graphed data.
14. If restrictive strategies are used, history and data related to less restrictive/positive only strategies are described, current ABA literature supports that procedures are likely to be effective as designed in this plan.
Non-Exemplars Context Jenny has recently begun calling her guardian constantly INTERVENTION The phone in the house will be disconnected Staff will not allow Jenny to use their phones
Exemplars Context In the past, Enrique has used silverware to stab other people in order to escape their presence INTERVENTION While assertive communication skills and appropriate escape behavior are being trained, silverware will remain in a locked drawer As skills are acquired and physical aggression reduces to a near-zero level, silverware will be gradually re-introduced
15. The implementation of the above strategies should result in an improvement in Quality of Life. (Must have yes indicated on all of these items- 4, 5, 7, 8, 9)
Item 15 addresses Quality of Life and it is measured by the existence of items 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9 being evident in the plan. 4. BSP or ISP has goals and objectives for acquisition of skills related to the problem behaviors and associated situations. 5. Description of data collection to assess the effectiveness of plan -Measurement of target behaviors, fidelity of implementation. Include copy of data collection tool. 7.A. Implementation plan specifically described for: Proactive Strategies to prevent challenging behaviors, improve quality of life and promote desirable behaviors. 7.B. Teaching of skills that are specifically related to desirable target behaviors. 8. Strategies and specific instructions for reinforcement of desirable target behaviors are described and potential reinforcing stimuli are identified. 9. Describes specific strategies to generalize and maintain the effects of plan- including strategies for fading of contrived contingencies to more natural contingencies and support system changes to maintain these strategies after BSP is faded.
16. Describes the method of performance based training for care givers and oversight persons.
Non-Exemplars Checklist Item 16 All staff will be trained in Tools of Choice strategies and implement these strategies as often as possible (a summary of the TOOLS strategies can be found in a binder located in the residence).
Exemplars Checklist Item 16 ISL Provider will designate 1 administrative employee within their company to take the lead of onsite monitoring. BCBA and ISL provider will work to complete within organization protocol for safety prior to direct training with all direct care staff. Staff will receive BSP training in a group setting initially. During initial training, BCBA will provide verbal instruction with Power Point for visual reference on all sections of the BSP (i.e. proactive techniques, behaviors targeted for reduction and functional relation, reactive strategies and behavior crisis cycle, behavior data collection, reinforcement, additional behaviors of importance and restrictive measures). On the second day of training, BCBA will review instruction, modeling the specific techniques, strategies and data collection for direct care staff. Following modeling, each staff will be given the opportunity to role-play and actively use the skills learned in the training session. Feedback is given immediately, with modeling any corrections for staff implementing the skill as well as feedback to all other staff collecting behavior data in conjunction to the role-play. Competency will be assessed by role-play portion of training. To show competency during the initial training, staff will correctly play the role of both staff and client, responding with 80% accuracy or higher with modeling proactive and reactive strategies during role-play and completion of ABC data during role-play. (Clayton &Headley, 2019)
17. Describes methods for evaluation of fidelity of implementation and improvement of fidelity of implementation.
Non-Exemplars Checklist Item 17 BCBA will regularly review plan implementation
Exemplars Checklist Item 17 BCBA will check each staff monthly in accordance with the checklist Any item missed is retrained Data is reviewed monthly with management Task Yes No Staff gave Joe a choice when it was time to do a task If Joe indicates he would do it later staff indicate they would leave him alone If Joe does it now they offer a preferred activity If Joe does the task later they offer a preferred activity Staff do not continually prompt Staff do not force him to complete the task
Challenge Checklist Item 17 House manager will train staff and retrain any staff that do not implement the plan correctly.
Challenge Question Does the challenge question for Item 17 Checklist Item 1 Challenge represent an exemplar or a non-exemplar?
18. Description of how plan will be communicated to all systems, supports, services for the individual.
Non-Exemplars Checklist Item 18 Monthly summaries are completed and distributed by the 15 th of every month.
Exemplars Checklist Item 18 Monthly summaries are completed and distributed by the 15 th of every month as follows: Residential Provider – Director, QDDP, House Manager of Sent by Angels Day Program Provider – Director, Area Manager of Much a Do about Something Primary Care Physician – Dr O. Kay will receive copies as requested or Residential Provider will take most current monthly summary to the appointment Psychiatrist – Dr. Z. Fiend - will receive monthly summaries and BCBA will take the most current summary to the appointment Guardian – Centre County Public Administrator Individual – Duddley Dorong
19. If plan has been implemented -Strategies were modified and adjusted, in a timely manner, as indicated by data. N/A if this review is prior to implementation.
Non-Exemplars Checklist Item 19 The BSP was implemented on 2/1/19 and on 2/2/19 a new reinforcement plan was implemented in addition to a revised set of proactive preventative procedures.
Exemplars Checklist Item 19 Ongoing Progress for A. Person 60 50 Self-Injurious Behavior BSP Retraining Implemented 40 Frequency per Day with identified staff 30 BSP Implemented 20 10 Asking for Headphones 0
20. If plan has been implemented - fidelity of implementation data is provided and indicates adequate implementation fidelity.
Non-Exemplars C's Staff Behavior Support Plan Treatment Integrity During ABA Services Observation 100 % Percentage Correct 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Training Maintenance
Exemplars Staff Implementation Fidelity for Strategies 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% Initial Staff Training Staff Retrained 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Staff Implementation Fidelity Acceptable Threshold
Challenge Record review indicates that staff are implementing the plan as written.
Challenge Question Does the challenge question for Item 20 Checklist Item 1 Challenge represent an exemplar or a non-exemplar?
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