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Assessing with a VB MAPP:

VB-MAPP stands for "Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program." It is an assessment tool used in applied behavior analysis (ABA) to evaluate the language and learning skills of individuals with autism or other developmental disabilities. Behavior Solutions Collaborative may offer services to conduct VB-MAPP assessments to identify an individual's current verbal behavior repertoire and set appropriate intervention goals.

Toilet Training:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative may provide guidance and strategies for toilet training individuals who may be experiencing difficulties in this area. They might develop personalized toilet training plans based on behavior analysis principles, aiming to teach the necessary skills and create positive reinforcement systems to achieve success.

Novel Foods:

For individuals with feeding difficulties or picky eating habits, Behavior Solutions Collaborative might offer intervention plans that use behavior analytic strategies to introduce and increase acceptance of novel foods. These plans could involve systematic desensitization and reinforcement techniques to promote positive eating behaviors.

Natural Environment Teaching and Lesson Planning:

Natural Environment Teaching (NET) is an ABA technique that involves teaching skills in the individual's natural environment, such as home, school, or community. Behavior Solutions Collaborative might help professionals develop lesson plans and strategies for implementing effective teaching procedures in these natural settings.

Setting up Systems for DTT and Data Collection:

As mentioned earlier, Discrete Trial Training (DTT) is a structured teaching method used in ABA. Behavior Solutions Collaborative can assist in setting up systems for DTT, including designing individualized programs, creating data collection procedures, and training professionals to implement DTT effectively.

Staff Training:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative may offer staff training sessions to educate and empower professionals working with individuals with developmental disabilities. These training sessions might cover topics such as behavior management techniques, ABA principles, effective teaching strategies, and data collection methods.

Increasing Communication and Verbal Behavior:

For individuals with communication challenges, Behavior Solutions Collaborative may develop intervention plans to increase communication skills using the principles of verbal behavior analysis. These plans could involve teaching functional communication, expanding language skills, and promoting verbal behavior.

Writing Objective and Measurable Goals:

When working with clients, Behavior Solutions Collaborative might assist professionals in writing clear, specific, and measurable goals for behavior change and skill acquisition. These goals are essential for tracking progress and evaluating the effectiveness of intervention programs.

Writing a Behavior Plan:

A behavior plan outlines strategies to address challenging behaviors and promote positive ones. It includes thorough assessments, specific behavioral goals, intervention strategies, data collection methods, crisis management, support, and periodic review for effectiveness.

DTI, TIC, and ABA:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative applies Direct Instruction (DTI), Trauma-Informed Care (TIC), and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles in their services to provide evidence-based support for clients.

Negotiating Difficult Meetings:

Navigating challenging meetings requires preparation, active listening, empathy, positive body language, factual arguments, avoidance of blame, and finding common ground for collaborative solutions.

School violence:

Addressing school violence involves implementing preventative measures, promoting positive school culture, conflict resolution training, and crisis management protocols to ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff.

Trauma-Informed Practices:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative advocates for trauma-informed practices, which consider the impact of trauma on individuals. They promote creating safe environments, providing support, and understanding how trauma affects behavior and learning.

ACT/Psychological Flexibility:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) focuses on psychological flexibility, teaching individuals to accept their emotions and thoughts while committing to meaningful actions. Behavior Solutions Collaborative may integrate ACT principles into their services.

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL):

Behavior Solutions Collaborative supports Social-Emotional Learning, emphasizing the development of emotional intelligence, self-awareness, empathy, and interpersonal skills to enhance social interactions and overall well-being.


Leadership Development:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative offers leadership development services to support professionals in educational or organizational settings. These services may include training, coaching, and skill-building to enhance leadership effectiveness.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is a priority for Behavior Solutions Collaborative. They work to create inclusive environments, address systemic inequalities, and celebrate diverse perspectives and identities.


Restorative Practices:

Restorative practices aim to resolve conflicts and repair harm by emphasizing dialogue, empathy, and understanding. Behavior Solutions Collaborative may use restorative practices to address behavioral issues and foster positive relationships.


Sex/Sexuality Education and Behavior:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative may provide support for comprehensive sex education and address sexuality-related behavior concerns in a sensitive and age-appropriate manner, fostering a safe and respectful learning environment.

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS-B):

MTSS-B involves a tiered approach to support student behavior. Behavior Solutions Collaborative can help schools implement evidence-based practices for behavior intervention, including prevention, targeted support, and intensive interventions.

Organizational Behavior:

Behavior Solutions Collaborative may offer services related to organizational behavior, focusing on improving workplace culture, team dynamics, and employee well-being to foster a positive and productive work environment.





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