A preliminary investigation of the utility of the "Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide II" for use in Australia

 
Webber, L. S., McVilly, K. R., Fester, T., & Zazelis T. (2011). A preliminary investigation of the utility of the "Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide II" for use in Australia. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 36(4), 269-273

The quality of behavior support plans (BSPs) can be an important influence on the quality of the support provided to people with disability who show challenging behaviors. The Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide II (BSP-QE II) is one tool that may be useful in assessing the quality of behavior support plans. It has previously been used to assess BSPs to support children in schools in the USA. In this preliminary study, we examined the utility of the BSP-QE II for assessing behavior support plans designed for adults with an intellectual disability in community support services in Australia.

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Prevention Level

  • Tertiary

Audiences

  • PBS Coaches
  • PBS Teams
  • Specialists

System Impacts

  • Non-Classroom
  • Targeted Groups

Category

  • Developmental Disabilities