Wednesday, October 5, 2022 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
When registering you will have the option to select all dates or only the dates you choose to attend.
Day 1 - FBA/Data Systems 10/5/22
Day 2 - Designing Intensive PBIS Plans 11/4/22
Day 3 - Emergency Interventions 12/2/22
Day 4 - Wraparound 12/13/22
All sessions are from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Further description for each session date can be found in the details section of the event page or at 'View Details' on the registration form.
Registration open through 12/12/2022 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
The registration period has closed for this event.
Day 1 - Functional Behavior Assessment/Data Systems: The purpose and methods for conducting functional behavior assessment will be discussed in this session. Participants will learn the difference between basic and intensive functional behavior assessment. Also included will be a review of FBA data collection methods such as scatterplot and ABC recording, user-friendly graphic presentation of data, and a format for conducting behavior review meetings.
Day 2 - Designing Tier 3 PBIS Plans: Tier 3 intensive PBIS plans are based upon functional behavior assessment. The essential components of a Tier 3 plan include: prevention strategies, teaching replacement behaviors, individualized positive reinforcement, a plan for responding to problem behavior, and home collaboration. Participants will learn strategies for effective implementation from real life examples.
Day 3 - Emergency Interventions: In this session we will discuss MDE policy and Wayne County RESA guidance on the use of restrictive interventions such as seclusion, restraint, and exclusionary time-out. The Wayne RESA Guidelines for Behavior Intervention, 2020 is a primary resource for this information. School programs use different models for providing emergency interventions. Some examples of these will be discussed.
Day 4 - School-based Wraparound: School-based wraparound is a critical part of a 3-tiered PBIS system as it offers a means for a school to succeed with the 1-2% of students whose needs have become so complex that an FBA/BIP process is not enough. The team-based wraparound process is recommended for students with intensive and comprehensive needs to ensure that the efforts of families, teachers, other caregivers and service providers are linked through one consistently implemented and carefully monitored plan. Participants will learn how to facilitate the school-based wraparound process. Real life examples will be provided.
Chris McEvoy; Kayrl Reynoso
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There is no cost for this event.
General SCECH: Hours - 0
Workshop Hours: 2-8