Behavior Intervention Plan

This not a paper. It is an intervention plan that will be completed on a template . I will attach one that I purchased offline along with an example and the daily journal entries from visits with Jacob, the little boy I was working with.As a part of my practicum experience I worked with a 3 year old little boy that has been diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder- Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS) which falls under the autism spectrum disorders. He is non-verbal and has aggression issues which results in outbursts, tantrums and non-suicidal self injury such biting himself or hitting his head with the palm of his hand repeatedly. During this practicum I worked under the supervision of an on-site supervisor. My main focus was to help Jacob with learning to follow a schedule using pictures and negative and positive behavior cards to help Jacob learn appropriate behaviors. I also did some deep pressure therapy to help calm Jacob. I will attach my daily journal entries to give you some insight on what occurred each visit.
The following are the instructions from the instructor.
Each candidate may choose to design and implement a management plan that targets problematic behaviors to be reduced or avoided which are identified by the family as a priority.

The management plan is to contain rules or standards for behavior, positive and negative contingencies for appropriate and inappropriate behavior, and a reward menu. The management plan is designed to facilitate daily family routines, establish a safe, positive and supportive learning environment or relationship with the family, and increase independence and self-advocacy of the learner through self-management. The management plan is based on the IFSP and is designed and implemented with feedback from the university supervisor and cooperating teacher/professional. (CEC CC, IGC,