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Jack’s Story. Participants. Student Grandmother Sister Pastor Boys Club Mentor Juvenile Intake Officer Guidance Center Case Manager KIPBS facilitator General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher School Counselor Assistant Principal. HISTORY. Born: March 19, 1991.

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Participants

Participants

Student

Grandmother

Sister

Pastor

Boys Club Mentor

Juvenile Intake Officer

Guidance Center Case Manager

KIPBS facilitator

General Education Teacher

Special Education Teacher

School Counselor

Assistant Principal


HISTORY

Born: March 19, 1991

  • Never lived with dad

  • 1995- mom went to jail

  • 2000- hit by a truck and put in hospital broke his leg

  • 2000- grandma takes custody

  • 2004- great grandma died

  • 2005- brother murdered

  • 2006- arrested for 2 offenses and put on probation


Dreams
Dreams

  • Jack wants to attend the Technical College to study the field of Auto Collision Repair.

  • Jack would like to have more contact with his mom.

  • Jack wants to make it out of his home town.


Preferred lifestyle
Preferred Lifestyle

Jack lives in low income housing with his grandmother, sister and cousin, but would like to live with his mom.

In the future, he wants to work in the field of auto collision repair.

He enjoys socializing with his sister and his friends.

Jack enjoys listening to Rap music, “bustin a flow”, “chillin with the boyz”, and attending church with his family.


VIP’s

School or Work

Family

  • Sally A.

  • Cathy M.

  • Linda H.

  • School counselor

  • Assistant Principal

  • Para

  • Jill

  • Nana

  • Fred

  • Jerry

Friends

Community

  • Jason

  • Jimmy

  • Jeff

  • Jorge

  • Jacob

  • Pastors

  • Boys & Girl’s Club Mentor

  • Guidance Center, Case manager


Things you like to do

Home

Sleep

Eat

Watch Movies

School Or Work

Sleep

Lunch

Socializing in between classes

Research on computers

History

Community

Playing basketball at the park

Playing PS2 with friends


Strengths
Strengths

  • Friendly

  • Respectful

  • Leader

  • Good friend


Weaknesses
Weaknesses

  • Easily angered

  • Does not like to be corrected

  • Does not like authority

  • Does not always follow through with promises and tasks


What works
What works

Giving correction by one to one

Talk to him like an equal

Give him respect

Calling him out in public

Yelling at him

Disrespect

What doesn’t


To prove everyone wrong and make something out of his life.

Hopes

Fears

Does not want to wind up an unsolved murder victim like his brother or in prison like his mom.


Priorities
Priorities

  • Maximizing instructional time

  • Improving personal relationships with legal authorities

  • Calling grandma when staying at a friends house or coming home on time

  • Staying awake in class


Goal

  • To attend the technical college to study Auto Collision Repair


How i will meet my goal
How I Will Meet My Goal

  • Decrease Office Referrals

  • Complete all assignments

  • Follow (city) curfew and stay awake in class

  • Increase positive relationships with legal authorities

  • Get accepted into the Technical College


Functional behavior assessment
Functional Behavior Assessment

  • Operational Definition:

    Refusing to comply defined as lack of performing requested tasks arguing with the person who made the request, cursing, or verbal/physical aggression

  • Indirect assessments:

    Functional Assessment Interview

    Quality of Life Evaluation

    Record review

  • Direct assessment:

    Functional assessment observation


Based on functional assessment
Based on Functional Assessment

When Jack is given a request, he becomes verbally aggressive, escalates and walks out in order to escape the demand of an authority.


When asked about pbs
When asked about PBS…

Jack says,

“It’s copasetic.”


Brainstorming activity
Brainstorming Activity

Discuss with the person next to you:

  • What questions should the team discuss with Jack at the next meeting to create a transition plan?

  • What kinds of plans should Jack and his team consider immediately and which activities might help Jack reach his goal (auto-collision repair person)?


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