Reliability and utility of the Behaviour Support Plan Quality Evaluation tool (BSP-QEII) for auditing and quality development in services for adults with intellectual disability and challenging behavior

 
McVilly K., Webber, L., Paris, M., & Sharp, G. (2013). Reliability and utility of the Behaviour Support Plan Quality Evaluation tool (BSP-QEII) for auditing and quality development in services for adults with intellectual disability and challenging behavior. Journal of Disability Research, 57(8), 716-727

Having an objective means of evaluating the quality of behaviour support plans (BSPs) could assist service providers and statutory authorities to monitor and improve the quality of support provided to people with intellectual disability (ID) who exhibit challenging behaviour. The Behaviour Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide II (BSP-QEII) was developed to monitor and assess BSPs prepared by teachers to support children with disability in the school system. This study investigated the application of the BSP-QEII to the assessment of BSPs for adults with ID in community support services.

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Prevention Level

  • Tertiary

Audiences

  • District Contacts
  • PBS Coaches
  • PBS Teams

System Impact

  • Targeted Groups

Category

  • Developmental Disabilities