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Functional Behavior Assessment
The FBA is a problem-solving process for any general or special education student with persistent, severe, or complex behavior challenges. This problem-solving process involves identifying clear, predictive relationships between events in a person’s environment and occurrences of an observable target behavior.
Intervention Plan (BIP)
A BIP is a plan that is based on the results of a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) and, at a minimum, includes a description of the problem behavior, global and specific hypotheses as to why the problem behavior occurs and intervention strategies that include positive behavioral supports and services to address the behavior.
Short video explaining
the FBA/BIP process
NEW RESOURCE-RICH FBA & BIP FORMS:
Kentucky's state behavior task group has created new forms with a variety of embedded resources based on extensive expert input and educator feedback. You can hover over the word TIPS (in Microsoft Word) to see recommendations for best practices as well as connections for supporting students with IEPs. And you can also click on each step on the forms to visit a kybehavior.com page with specific resources for completing that step.
Anyone is welcome to use these form, and the latest form versions will always be on this page.
Functional Behavior Assessment/Behavior Intervention Plan Technical Adequacy Tool for Evaluation (TATE)
Each component of the FBA and BIP forms has been aligned to the TATE, which is an educator-friendly scoring guide and form that helps with the development and evaluation of FBAs and BIPs to ensure they follow best practices.
Steps for Completing the FBA & BIP
Note: this is a process meant to be completed by a team that includes members with behavioral expertise and direct knowledge of the student. Click on any step below to visit a page of resources for completing that step.