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Multimodal Functional Behavioral Assessment: Incorporating Multiple Perspectives for People With Intensive Needs

Agenda Number: G2

Tim Moore, Minnesota Department of Human Services, St. Paul, MN; Jodi Dooling-Litfin and Jonna von Schulz, Rocky Mountain Human Services, Denver, CO

Description:

Capturing the impact of a person’s biology, psychology, relevant social/environmental factors, and quality of life within Functional Behavior Assessment is critical to the development of an effective and comprehensive plan that addresses complex support needs.

Supplemental Resource: The Integrated Biopsychosocial Approach To Challenging Behaviours, Griffiths & Gardner, 2002

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