If you’re experiencing behavioral difficulties with your child, you are not alone. Raising children in today’s impulsive society can be a difficult process, but our highly trained professionals may be able to help you improve your child’s behavior. Behavioral intervention plans (BIP) are helpful for personal and school issues, so get the assistance you need before life becomes even more difficult.
Creating the Plan
The plan will be created based upon many different factors. A thorough, comprehensive behavioral examination will be done with your child. You will also be able to share all of the strengths and difficulties that you are experiencing with your child on a daily basis. Most BIPs are created with the guidance of a school district. The information provided from the teachers and administrators at the school will also help to form an appropriate plan for your child.
What to Expect
You should expect the professionals who deal with your child to be honest and forthcoming about all the pertinent information regarding your child’s behavior. The formation of the plan will likely take place with many well-educated individuals who truly care about your child, so you should be ready to listen and be understanding of their concerns. All of the stakeholders will be working with you to create a plan that will help your child to behave appropriately in all facets of his/her life.
The goals are primarily geared toward improving behaviors without rewarding every good instance. Rewards may be introduced at the beginning of the program, but they are typically received less frequently as the good behaviors continue. Goals are personalized to each individual child, and all people involved with your child need to work together to accomplish them. Some of the goals may be to:
- Reduce violent tendencies
- Improve appropriate behaviors
- Decrease self-pain infliction
These goals can be measured with behavioral charts, notes, and other data collection methods.
When you work with our professionals, you may be able to experience more positive behaviors from your child at home, in public, and at school. We’ll be there to guide you in the right direction and work hard to make certain that the BIP is followed by all involved individuals. We’ll help you to find the silver lining, so give us the chance to help you and your child.