0 Board Certified Consultants 0 Doctoral level Behavior Analysts 0 Years of Certified Experience 0 Team Members with BMC for over 5 years 0 BCBAs trained in the last 10 years 0 BCBAs Trained and Supervised 0 School Districts Served Nationwide 0 Team members with 5+ years of Board Certification LOCATIONS WE SERVE We currently provide daily home and school behavior consultation, developmental disability and autism intervention across numerous locations in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.
It is very important to make sure that the self management plan that you are using to replace a problem behavior with new self monitoring, self evaluation, and self reinforcement skills is as easy or easier when compared to the problem behavior. If the self management plan requires more effort and does not result in the same outcome, the student will continue to engage in problem behavior because it is more efficient. A number of factors should be considered to make sure a self management plan will be more efficient that a problem behavior. When designing the self management plan, consider how much physical effort the student engages in to achieve the same outcome as the problem behavior. Make sure that the reinforcement a student receives occurs frequently enough to maintain his or her self management behaviors. The reinforcer chosen needs to be as powerful as the outcome previously associated with problem behavior and delivered quickly when it is earned.