All behavior can be viewed as communication. When developing behavioral interventions, it is important to consider the function, or reason for the behavior. Is the behavior in response to a demand? To obtain attention? For sensory or automatic reasons? To obtain an item or in response to a denied activity?
This training will review the four functions of behavior, why knowing the function(s) is important, and how to tailor interventions so they offer a functional equivalent for your learner.
This webinar will review:
- The four functions of behavior
- Why knowing the function(s) is important
- How to tailor interventions so they offer a functional equivalent for your learner.