Behaviour Intervention Plan - Structure of Site
This site is divided into three parts:
- a sample Behaviour Intervention Plan
- an explanation of each component of the plan
- examples of the actual team thinking that went into the plan
Direct caregivers and support service personnel meet to share information, develop common understandings of the child's behaviours, and select effective interventions. It is this joint planning process that is critical to the success of programming. The Behaviour Intervention Plan is a document that summarizes the behaviour intervention planning process. The components of the plan represent key areas of discussion that must be considered by the team in order to adequately address the needs of children with severe emotional/behavioural disorders.
Select the to access a sample behaviour intervention plan. The plan has seven components. Next to the title of each component there are two buttons. Select for an "Explanation" of the component. Pages explaining components have a light green border on the left side similar to the one on this page. Select to get a sample of the "Team Thinking" process that was involved in the planning and selecting the information for the Behaviour Intervention Plan (BIP). Pages describing the team's thinking process have a light purple border on the left side of the page similar to the color of the "Trail Map" shown on this page.