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Behavior Related Services

A Tier III, data-driven Behavior Related Service that supports an individual student who exhibits significant problem behaviors in his/her educational environment which require an intensive and individualized plan and a change in the delivery of interventions and supports. 

This service may be delivered in conjunction with BID services. BII is a direct service that supports the implementation of the Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) and/or Behavior Treatment Plan. Under the supervision of school site staff and/or a BID provider, the BII provider also collects data pertaining to the target behavior(s), replacement behavior(s), and behavior goals (e.g. frequency, duration, scatterplot, interval). Based on California Code of Regulations 5 CCR 3051.23 (e), BII is provided by qualified District staff or a District contracted Nonpublic Agency (NPA).

A flexible, data-driven service, unique to the LAUSD Division of Special Education.

BIC is a service, involving consultation with the student’s educational team. BIC services are delivered by certificated and classified staff members, who are trained in Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Using a team approach to build capacity, the BIC provider trains and coaches school staff in delivering behavior interventions to support individual students (per the students’ IEPs). BIC may focus on the identification and implementation of Tier I, Tier II, or Tier III behavior support and/or instructional strategies (e.g., development of a system for collecting and analyzing behavior data, coaching and/or modeling behavior strategies, providing professional development). BIC can be diagnostic in nature to provide intervention and data to determine if there are behaviors of such frequency, intensity or duration that would warrant further assessment or additional support.

A Tier III, data-driven Behavior Related Service, delivered by certificated staff members who are trained in Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

BID includes the ongoing design, implementation, and evaluation of the instruction and behavior programs and environmental accommodations and/or modifications. Through collaboration and consultation with the student’s educational team, the BID provider develops a plan based on appropriate assessment (i.e., FBA). It is the BID provider’s responsibility to train the educational team, which may include Behavior Intervention Implementation (BII) provider(s), on the implementation of the plan and the collection of data. Based on California Code of Regulations 5 CCR 3051.23, BID is provided by qualified District staff or a District contracted Nonpublic Agency (NPA). This service can be delivered as a stand-alone service or in conjunction with Behavior Intervention Implementation (BII) services.

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