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Behavior Staff. Why Involve T he B ehavior S taff. Support Resources. When To I nvolve T he Behavior Staff. As soon as there is a pattern of behavior with a student and strategies and reinforcements have not been successful at the school level.

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Behavior Staff


Why Involve The Behavior Staff

  • Support

  • Resources


When To Involve The Behavior Staff

  • As soon as there is a pattern of behavior with a student and strategies and reinforcements have not been successful at the school level.

  • After a BMP or BIP has been implemented and no progress is being made.


How to Request Support


Request for Special Education Social Work Services


  • Coordinator

  • Positive Behavior Specialists

  • Behavior Coaches

  • SPED Social Worker

  • Behavior Techs


Role of Positive Behavior Specialists

  • Write

  • Attend

  • Provide

  • Monitor

  • Lead

  • Create

  • Consult

  • Train

  • Input


Positive Behavior Specialists14-15 School Assignments


Role of Behavior Coaches

  • Assist

  • Model

  • Observe

  • Teach

  • Provide

  • Create

  • Train

  • Input


Positive Behavior Coaches14-15 School Assignments


Role of SPED Social Worker

Sarah Chandler

  • Provide

  • Share

  • Refer

  • Participate

  • Teach


Role of Behavior Techs andABA Instructors

  • Implement

  • Assist

  • Observe

  • Communicate

  • Provide

  • Participate


How and When to Request Related Services For Behavior

  • Start with the IEP (goal pages)

  • Progress Monitor

  • Review Data

  • Email Peggy Darnell

  • Make sure services are reflected on IEP

  • Do not add or increase related services

  • without prior approval.


Region 4 Children’s Services

Region IV Basic Information

Region IV Services Include:

Individual, group, and family therapy

Case Management

Day Treatment-School Bases and Preschool

School Based Nursing Services

Psychiatric Services—Risk Assessments

MAP Team

  • The main office is located in Hernando at 2725 Highway 51 South

  • The phone number is 662-449-1808. The on call/after hours phone number is 1-888-287-4443.

  • Hours of operation are 8:00-5:00 Monday through Friday.

  • Children’s Services are reimbursed by most private insurances including Medicaid and CHIPS. Services may also be based on a sliding fee schedule that is determined by family size and income.


Training Opportunities


Additional Trainings Provided by DCS Behavior Department

  • CPI Trainings- 2 day for new faculty, 1 day for refresher course

  • The Roles of the Behavior Team- 30 mins (Very encouraged for Middle Schools/ High Schools)

  • Autism & Meltdowns- 45 mins -1 hour

  • Buying into Progress Monitoring- 45 mins - 1 hour

  • Teaching Replacement Behaviors while teaching the class - 45mins- 1 hour

  • Strategies/ Interventions to Implement Prior to Requesting Behavior Services- 45 mins -1 hour

  • Sensory Integration for the General Ed & Sped Classroom- 45 mins -1 hour

  • 13 Categories of Disabilities- and Overview of disabilities and strategies for each - 45 mins -1 hour

  • The “Extra Curriculars” & Special Education


YOU are

We appreciate you!

What can the Behavior Services Staff do for YOU?


DCS Behavior Dept


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