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Behavior Reduction Plan (BIP)

a detailed description of any challenging or problematic behaviors that your client may demonstrate

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Essential Components of a BIP

1. Operational definition of target behavior
2. Function as determined from functional assessment
3. Antecedent modifications
4. Replacement behaviors
5. Consequence manipulations
6. Data collection
7. Create crisis prevention plan

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Functions of Behavior

1. Attention
2. Escape/Avoidance
3. Access to Tangibles
4. Automatic/Sensory

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Establishing Operations

type of MO that increases the effectiveness of some stimulus, object, or event as a reinforcer

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Discriminating Stimulus

cue or stimulus that is present when a behavior is reinforced and can be changed/manipulated to alter

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Differential Reinforcement

decreasing inappropriate behaviors by providing reinforcing consequences to more appropriate behaviors

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DRA

differential reinforcement of an alternative behavior involves providing reinforcement when an individual demonstrates an alternative behavior

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DRO

differential reinforcement of other behavior involves the rewarding of the absence of a target problematic behavior for a specified period of time

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DRI

differential reinforcement of incompatible behavior involves reinforcing a behavior that is physically incompatible with the negative behavior that we are not reinforcing

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Extinction Procedures

a procedure in which reinforcement of a previously reinforced behavior is discontinued, causing occurrences of that behavior to decrease

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Extinction Burst

sudden and temporary increase in the response's frequency and variability, with other behaviors followed by the eventual decline and extinction of the behavior targeted for elimination

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Personal Safety Procedures (PSP)

maintain your own safety when working with a client who may demonstrate challenging behaviors

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Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI)

maintain your client's safety when they are demonstrating challenging behavior