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GUIDELINES AND PAPERS
What-is-your-childs-Challenging-Behaviour-trying-to-tell-you: A guide for families. – This guide is for parents, family members and carers who are worried about their child’s/family member’s behaviour. For the sake of readability we will refer to ‘parents’ and the child as ‘your child’ throughout the resource. https://ddwa.org.au/resources/.
Positive behavioural support for adults with intellectual disabilities and behaviour that challenges: an initial exploration of the economic case. Iemmi, Valentina, Knapp, Martin, Saville, Maria, McLennan, Kathy, McWade, Paul and Toogood, Sandy (2015) International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support, 5 (1). pp. 16-25.
Practice Guide No1 – QLD Centre of excellence – What is positive behaviour support? (Centre of Excellence for Clinical Innovation and Behaviour Support, August 2018).
Rethinking restrictive practices: A comparative analysis. Chandler, Kim, Willmott, Lindy, & White, Ben (2014). QUT Law Review, 14(2), pp. 90-122.
The efficacy of PBS with challenging behaviour – LaVigna, G & Willis T. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. July 2012
The distinction between motivating operations and setting events – M R. Nosik1 & J E. Carr. Behaviour Analyst (2015).
Understanding Behaviour Support Practice Guide Children to 8 years of age – Dew, A., Jones, A., Horvat, K., Cumming, T., Dillon Savage, I., & Dowse, L. (2017). Understanding Behaviour Support Practice: Young Children (0–8 years) with Developmental Delay and Disability. UNSW Sydney.
Understanding Behaviour Support Practice Guide Children 9-18 – Dew, A., Jones, A., Horvat, K., Cumming, T., Dillon Savage, I., & Dowse, L. (2017). Understanding Behaviour Support Practice: Young Children (9-18 years) with Developmental Delay and Disability. UNSW Sydney.
Positive Practice Framework: A guide for behaviour support practitioners. Victoria, Department of Health and Human Services, January 2018
Complex Support Needs Planning – Living the life I want: A guide to help with planning has been developed with and for people with cognitive impairment and complex support needs to assist them to engage in making plans.
Positive Practices in Behavioral Support Through Non-Linear Applied Behavior Analysis, Facilitator’s Manual – Gary W. LaVigna, Thomas J. Willis, John Q. Marshall. © 2009 Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis® Los Angeles, California.
What is Positive Behaviour Support? – This animated video produced by the Centre for the Advancement of PBS at BILD gives a very helpful overview of PBS and how PBS approaches work in practice when supporting an individual.
What is Functional Behaviour Assessment? – by Educate Autism
Information sheets on challenging behaviour and PBS: The Challenging Behaviour Foundation
Applied Behaviour Analysis – information about ABA by Educate Autism
Schedules of Reinforcement – by Educate Autism
Positive Reinforcement – by Educate Autism
Negative Reinforcement – by Educate Autism
Token Economy – by Educate Autism
Extinction Procedures – by Educate Autism
PBS DATA GATHERING TOOLS
Compendium of Resources for Positive Behaviour Support – This compendium of resources provides behaviour support practitioners with a comprehensive list of positive behaviour support assessment tools that can be used for the purposes of behaviour support assessment, planning, intervention, monitoring and review (NDIS Q+S Commission).
Data gathering tools (ABC, Scatterplots) – PBIS World
Reinforcement inventory for adults and children – Behavior Assessment Guide © 1993, IABA, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Preference Assessments/Reinforce Inventories – One way to reduce problem behavior is to provide a specific schedule of reinforcement. Preference assessments are a formalized way of identifying what an individual likes. (Autism Teaching Supports).
PBS PLAN TEMPLATES
Behaviour Intervention Plan Quality Evaluation Scoring Guide II – To Evaluate Behavior Intervention Plans. Diana Browning Wright.