Students who display high-intensity, high-risk, and/or high-frequency challenging behaviors can have, a significant impact on the classroom, the playground, and the school systems in general. Supporting students with these behaviors is difficult, costly, and often less productive than we desire.
Intensive Individualized Positive Behavior Supports (IIPBS) are research-based practices and interventions specifically designed to work with the behaviors of this small percentage of your population. It uses the most comprehensive assessment and intervention practices to reduce these students use of challenging behavior. Simultaneously, IIPBS helps these students get their needs met through school appropriate behaviors.
IIPBS process at PBIS Idaho is intended to support school teams tasked with reducing the high-intensity, high-risk, and/or high-frequency challenging behavior. We have two major support goals:
1) Support school teams to quickly develop highly individualized and effective interventions for the challenging behavior of a particular student in crisis.
2) Support a school’s ability to prevent students’ from reaching crisis in the future by developing their own capacity and systems for developing and implement Intensive Individual Behavior Support plans.