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Behavioral Support Forms

Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
Behavioral Support Forms
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Simple, customizable point sheet for tracking multiple expected behaviors. Points can be differentiated for their level of importance. (e.g. 2 points for having safe hands, 1 point for participation). Select point goal for short and longer term reward.

Another point sheet but with a single daily goal.

Behavior punch card with rule reminders: Quiet, Do my work, follow directions

Quiet voice, sitting, doing work and following directions can be rewarded either by punching out stars on the sides of the card or by crossing them off. The center of the card has picture reminders, and the stars are along the edges.

Letter to your host if you are bringing your child with autism to a holiday gathering. Customizable

Contingency map to show the child that he/she can do homework and then ____ (blank for fill-in) or waste time, then do work anyway.

Contingency map to show the child that he/she can do homework and then use the iPad or waste time, then do work anyway and no iPad.

Customizable point sheet with three cash-in times.

Three icons. Universal no, "OK" with smiley face and "check schedule" with graphic.

Customizable point sheet set up to reward positive work behaviors on a scale.

A social story for classroom noise levels

Customizable rules point sheet for concrete learners. Behaviors on the sample are stated in concrete "Don't ____" language for when statements such as "I had a safe body" are too abstract.

Teacher rating and questionnaire for student feedback. This is particularly good to provide input for IEP or 504 meetings and is directed to the student.

A packet on using a stress scale for students with high functioning autism. A 1-5 stress scale is done for the student and another is done to guide staff protocol for each of the student's levels of stress. Worksheets are also provided to help the child define his or her own levels of stress and think of coping strategies. Examples of staff and student forms are given. Five mini stress scales for pocket-sized visual supports are also included. Recommend purchase of Incredible 5-Point Scale
his is a rubric of work behaviors designed for higher cognitive functioning students to participate in their own work evaluations.





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22 pages
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