Behavior Management

Behavior Management Strategies for Speech Language Pathologists

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This Significantly Expanded 82 slide presentation offers behavior management strategies for speech language pathologists

—  Learning objectives:—

  1. Explain what type of common challenging behaviors can manifest in children with genetic, psychiatric, and neurological disorders
  2. — —Describe the role of SLP in the management of challenging behaviors 
  3. List behavior management hierarchy from least to most intrusive methods for students with differing levels of cognitive functioning (high-average IQ to varying levels of MR)
  4. —  Describe positive proactive strategies used to prevent inappropriate behaviors from occurring

The slides include information on the following:

  • Introduction
  • Common Diagnoses with Behavior Challenges:
  • Behavior Symptomology
    • Externalizing vs. Internalizing Behaviors
  • Examples of Behaviors
  • Externalizing vs. Internalizing Behaviors : Comparing Settings
  • Team Approach to Behaviors
  • Role of SLP on the Team
  • Data Collection re: Behavior Functions
  • Behavior Functions
  • Importance of Determining Behavior Function
  • Behavioral Observations
  • Examples of Antecedents
  • Importance of Differential Diagnosis
  • Is it behavior or is it sensory?
  • Data Collection Tips
  • Assessment/Treatment Overview
  • Prioritizing Intervention
  • Note on Punishment
  • Type of Behaviors targeted by Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA)
  • Examples of FBA write-ups
  • Possible Function of Behaviors
  • Consequences/Processing
  • Behavior Management Hierarchy
  • Effective Behavior Management Modifications
    • Physical Space
    • — Session Structure
      • Positive Behavior Rules Charts
    • — Session Materials
      • Use of Social Stories to Improve Behaviors
        • Social Story: Circle Time
  • Maintaining Factors
    • Cognitive
    •  Sensorimotor
    •  Psychosocial
    •  Linguistic
  • Modifying Child’s Behavior
  • Choosing the Reward System
  • Use of Praise
  • Consequences and Response Consistency
  • Teaching Replacement Behaviors
  • 5 Case Studies with Answers
  • Importance of Parental Involvement 
  • Home Carryover
  • Conclusion
  • 9 Handy Appendices Charts
  • Helpful Resources
  • References

For a detailed reviews of this product by Communication Station HERE, Figuratively Speeching HERE, and Scanlon Speech Therapy HERE.

1 review for Behavior Management Strategies for Speech Language Pathologists

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I believe every SLP should have this resource! It’s written by an SLP for SLPs!!!
    What I like:
    1. Behaviors addressed target genetic, psychiatric AND neurological disorders.
    2. Clear and concise explanation of a team approach and what an FBA is along with written examples!
    3. Address the need to deferentially diagnose Behavior vs. Sensory issues as they are treated differently. I have to admit in my experience Behavior Specialists often times forget about Sensory issues and if we as SLPs can’t ID the difference between the two a child may end up with a BIP that is ineffective.
    4. List of explanations behind behaviors (great for helping us as SLPs understand the use of the behavior. Nice little cheat sheet!)
    5. List of guidelines on how data for FBAs should be taken. I only learned this through experience so its nice to see this written down in a packet for SLPs.
    6. GREAT explanation of prioritizing behaviors (what to work on 1, 2, 3rd)!!!
    7. LOVE that the packet addresses that punishment is NOT efficient and replacement/prevention is the BEST form of behavior management.
    8. LOVE the Behavior Management Hierarchy is listed LEAST to MOST intrusive b/c that is how we are expected to implement behavior management.
    9. Explanations of Positive behavior cues is great for us and even for teachers who don’t get this training!
    10. I LOVE the Positive Interventions list as we may be the ONLY professional in these meetings advocating for positive reinforcement rather than negative consequences. This list gives us an arsenal of options we can present.
    11. This packet includes FUNCTIONAL examples of how to teach replacement behavior!
    My favorite things about this packet:
    1. There are 6 appendix that can be carried around with you when going to BIP and IEP meetings. The 6 appendix are (1 page each on the following): Behavior Functions, Antecedents, Behavior Management Hierarchy, Modifications, Maintaining Factors, Written examples of FBA.
    2. There are case samples in this packet that describe a student, and give you questions to ponder. The BEST part if the next page has the answers to those questions to you can self-test to see how much you are understanding of behavior management and strategies!
    3. The research is already done for you!
    4. This 62 page packet is packed full of Behavioral Management information that is ONLY important to us as SLPs!!!
    Buy it today! Its great information!

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