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Links with examples on how to request a Behavior Assessment (FBA), Behavior support plans for IEPs. Aggression, self-injurious behavior, antecedents and consequences.

Behavior Resources For Parents And Professionals star
Here is a compilation of sites that have information to help guide families, teachers and therapists through behavior incidents, assessments and planning.

Behavior Support Planning star
What does a Behavior Support Plan look like, what type of questions are listed in the form? Here is a sample from LAUSD used for my child on the Autism Spectrum.

Behavioral Health Services star
Take advantage of Behavioral Health Options or an Employee Assistance Program Plan through your employer to obtain therapy or counseling services.

Example of a Functional Analysis Assessment Report star
What does a Functional Analysis Assessment Report cover, who is the Case Manager? Here is a sample from LAUSD for my child on the Autism Spectrum.

Executive Functioning and Autism star
Children on the autism spectrum often struggle with executive functioning. Parents play a valuable role in identifying and helping children manage and improve weak executive functioning skills. Steps can be taken at home and school to improve the skills necessary to manage tasks and projects.

Helping the Child with Autism Self Regulate star
Exploring ways parents can assist their child when they become disregulated.

Safety In The Autism Classroom star
Parents need to be aware of the behaviors of their child´s classmates and when they might pose a danger to their child.

Self Stimulatory Behavior star
Stims are a part of the daily lives for those on the Autism Spectrum. This article explores this behavior.

Structure, Schedule and Autism Spectrum Disorders star
Creating structure and schedules for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are important. Clear understanding of structure, routine, and schedule are essential to limiting anxiety and frustration and have benefits both at home and at school.

When you become scared of your child star
Sharing what it is like to deal with a child in a rage.

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