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K-Shield Educational Journey

Behavior Intervention Plan of Action (BIPA)

For Kids ages 2 to 11+

In addition to difficulties and challenges at home, children’s behavior concerns such as uncontrolled tantrums, aggressive physical behavior, or repetitive emotional outbursts can significantly interfere with learning progress and academic success.

K-Shield BIPA is the intervention plan developed after performing the K-Shield Behavior screening, when undesirable behaviors are detected in school and preschool-age children.

Through a Behavior Intervention Plan of Action customized to meet each child’s needs, abilities, and personality, K-Shield BIPA provides effective strategies to correct and prevent these challenging behaviors – and to teach children to use communication through positive behaviors in response to challenges.

BIPA is designed to teach and reinforce positive behaviors and ensure a healthy educational environment that optimizes learning and can enhance family interactions

An Intervention Plan of Action to keep Behavior on track

K-Shield Behavior provides a formal Behavior Intervention Plan of Action (BIPA) that teaches and rewards good behavior. It is developed according to the profile of each child, after screening and analyzing 4 primary functions of children’s behavior:

Access to Tangibles is the function any time a behavior is reinforced by an individual engaging in behavior to gain access to something physical, an item or activity.  Example: a child trying to gain access to an iPad or hitting a sibling in order to get them to give up a toy.

A K-Shield Behavior to target the function of behavior known as tangibles can provide a behavior intervention plan that effectively minimizes negative behaviors, ensures a healthy natural environment that optimizes learning and improves educational and family interactions. 

When implemented with fidelity, this evidence-based intervention can significantly decrease such behaviors. 

Sensory-seeking behavior is a term used to describe many responses that occur to meet a sensory need. Individuals engage in sensory seeking behaviors to obtain feedback from the environment.

K-Shield Behavior can reduce sensory cravings that are negatively affecting academic success or stability in the home. Sensory seeking behaviors can be highly interested in movement, lights, colors, sounds, smells, and tastes that are needed to be regulated within a variety of settings. When implemented with fidelity, this evidence-based intervention can decrease such behaviors. 

With K-Shield Behavior, AC&A’s Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and/or Occupational Therapists can provide an effective plan to reduce sensory seeking behaviors.

This occurs when the individual engages in a behavior to end or avoid something they do not like. The individual will behave in a way to get away from doing an undesirable activity or from interacting with another person.

K-Shield Behavior
can decrease escape behaviors that primarily function to stop a demand or task in progress. Sometimes the response works to prevent something from happening in the first place. Over time, the behavior is maintained or persists because it was effective at escaping or avoiding the unpleasant thing in the environment. An example may be when a child runs away from an adult when it is time to go to school. 

Through evidence-based and customized interventions, K-Shield Behavior can reduce such behaviors.

Attention Seeking behavior is any behavior an individual engages in a positive or negative, that results in another individual (child or adult) providing some form of social acknowledgment to the person. 

A K-Shield Behavior addressing attention seeking behavior can focus on when the individual engaging in the behavior is seeking attention from another person. A child may engage in tantrum behavior because they are seeking attention for that behavior from another individual

K-Shield Behavior can develop and deliver an effective intervention plan to decrease attention seeking behaviors.

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Choose the best date for scheduling K-Shield Behavior Intervention Plan of Action (BIPA)

K-Shield Behavior Intervention
Plan of Action (BIPA)

$489

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How BIPA Works
  1. Choose the date and time from the calendar for your Behavior Intervention Plan of Action (BIPA) meeting with the Special Educator.
  2. After payment, our Board-Certified Behavior Analyst will review your intake, video of the area of concern and the K-Shield Behavior Intervention Screening to formulate the BIPA. Once completed, this will be placed in your (Client Secure Library) by the Special Educator.
  3. Within 48 hours before your first consultation with the Behavior Analyst, you will receive by email a link to review the Behavior Intervention Plan of Action (BIPA), on your restricted area (Client Secure Library).
  4. At the time of the first video consultation (30 minutes), the Special Educator will review the BIPA, to ensure you understand the plan in its entirety.
  5. At the second consultation (24 hours post first consultation), the Behavior Analyst, will mentor/coach the interventions to the family/caregiver or educator and review the data sheets to be used for progress monitoring. This consultation will be 30 minutes.
  6. At the third consultation (4 weeks after the second consultation), you will meet with the Behavior Analyst and review the data collected with the recommended interventions. Post consultation the BIPA will be updated and placed in the (Client Secure Library). This consultation will be 30 minutes.
  7. At the fourth consultation (4 weeks after the third consultation), you will meet with the Special Educator and review the data collected with the recommended interventions. Post consultation the BIPA will be updated and placed in the (Client Secure Library). This consultation will be 30 minutes.
  8. At the time of your fifth consultation with the Behavior Analyst, will review the data collected with the recommended interventions and preliminary recommendation will be made. The final BIPA with all recommendations will be uploaded to your (Client Secure Library) within 24 hours. This consultation will be 30 minutes.
  9. The sixth and final consultation will take place 48 hours after delivery of the final BIPA to review recommendations and respond to any questions.
  10. This is a 3-month program. Upon completion of the program varying recommendations may be suggested based on the progress.