You may find they are a useful tool for children learning to cope with target behaviors. You can print and laminate these sheets, put them in a binder, and show them to individuals before they start their day. Reading them aloud, in front of the individual, and asking the individual to agree to the contract, is a great method to keep the individual focused on developing positive replacement behaviors. When the individual agrees to improve, she or he is a part of the effort in forming new behavioral patterns. Keep consistent, stay creative, and best of luck!