Behavior Support Services
Behavior Support Services are provided in accordance with established behavioral principles and practices to contracting County Boards, providers and agencies. The Behavior Support Specialist responsibilities may include:
- Provide training and technical assistance in teaching strategies and specific interventions necessary to implement and monitor behavior support programs including training staff on behavior support policies and strategies including instruction, demonstrations, and evaluation of crisis intervention training.
- Review referrals, conduct behavior evaluations and assessments, and develop appropriate behavior support programs.
- Participate in the direct implementation of behavior support plans and monitor the effectiveness.
- Participate in individual plan process of individuals receiving services as appropriate.
- Present behavior support programs to Behavior Management Committee/Human Rights Committees as requested, lead in development, writing, and implementation of all aversive behavior support programs.