Presentation Title

Monitoring Fidelity of BIP Implementation at Tier III

Presentation Abstract

Educators across Georgia are actively enhancing their skills related to technically adequate functional behavior assessment (FBA) processes and development of high-quality, function-based behavior intervention plans (BIP). However, many teams at the tertiary level of positive behavior support struggle with consistent and accurate implementation of BIP components. At times, interventions are deemed ineffective during progress monitoring when, in actuality, strategies outlined in the plan are being implemented inconsistently or incorrectly. Intervention complexity, barriers to staff communication, and resource limitations are just a few of the factors that may interfere with fidelity of intervention implementation. This presentation will focus on data-driven methods for monitoring fidelity of BIP implementation. Additionally, strategies targeting prevention of errors in BIP implementation, as well as, strategies for staff feedback, self-reflection, and practice-based implementation will be covered. Educators, along with caregivers and community members attending this presentation, will leave with a greater capacity to assess and improve the accuracy and consistency of behavior intervention application.

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Monitoring Fidelity of BIP Implementation at Tier III

Educators across Georgia are actively enhancing their skills related to technically adequate functional behavior assessment (FBA) processes and development of high-quality, function-based behavior intervention plans (BIP). However, many teams at the tertiary level of positive behavior support struggle with consistent and accurate implementation of BIP components. At times, interventions are deemed ineffective during progress monitoring when, in actuality, strategies outlined in the plan are being implemented inconsistently or incorrectly. Intervention complexity, barriers to staff communication, and resource limitations are just a few of the factors that may interfere with fidelity of intervention implementation. This presentation will focus on data-driven methods for monitoring fidelity of BIP implementation. Additionally, strategies targeting prevention of errors in BIP implementation, as well as, strategies for staff feedback, self-reflection, and practice-based implementation will be covered. Educators, along with caregivers and community members attending this presentation, will leave with a greater capacity to assess and improve the accuracy and consistency of behavior intervention application.