Presentation Title

Intensive Interventions for Challenging Behaviors in Early Child Care Settings

Brief Biography

Dr. Emily Graybill is a Clinical Assistant Professor in a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at Georgia State University. She conducts research, statewide training, and technical assistance on school-based positive behavior support. Dr. Graybill’s other research interests include data-based decision making for diverse learners, prevention science, and school-based behavioral interventions for students with challenging behaviors.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Emily Graybill, PhD

Presentation Abstract

The presenters will discuss the implementation of individualized positive behavior supports with children with challenging behaviors in early child care settings. Participants will learn how to collect functional behavioral assessment (FBA) data and how to use the FBA data to prevent challenging behaviors and to teach new, more appropriate behaviors. Interventions that are considered evidence-based practices for young children with challenging behaviors will be discussed.

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Intensive Interventions for Challenging Behaviors in Early Child Care Settings

The presenters will discuss the implementation of individualized positive behavior supports with children with challenging behaviors in early child care settings. Participants will learn how to collect functional behavioral assessment (FBA) data and how to use the FBA data to prevent challenging behaviors and to teach new, more appropriate behaviors. Interventions that are considered evidence-based practices for young children with challenging behaviors will be discussed.