Individual plans (new window) 97k are supportive documents developed for students needing additional support beyond the Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students.
Questions which may be helpful when developing an individual plan include:
- How can I shape the behaviour I am looking for?
- Is the child capable of the behaviour?
- What language will adults working with the child use in the intervention plan?
- What skills does the student have? What does he/she need?
- Where is the behaviour to occur?
- Who will provide prompting/reinforcement?
- Who will provide immediate reinforcement?
- What are the environmental considerations?
- How can I communicate the procedures to all staff?
- What physical signals does the child give that indicates a heightening of arousal?
- What is the time frame for the plan?
- What staff supports are in place for this student?
- What motivates this student?
- What need is the behaviour meeting?
- Are the child 's learning needs being catered for?
- Are there any social, medical, family factors impacting on the behaviour?
Individual Plans contain:
- target behaviour(s)
- proactive strategies and acknowledgement plans
- reactive strategies/consequence plan (including crisis plan if school does not already have one)
- responsibilities of all personnel involved
- a review date
Individual Plans are:
- written in consultation with all relevant personnel
- communicated to all relevant personnel.
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