Prepared by: Nadezhda Robinson Raymond Grimaldi Antoinette Gurden

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Prepared by: Nadezhda Robinson Raymond Grimaldi Antoinette Gurden. Presentation Objectives. Introduce the Behavioral Assistance Individual Service Plan (BA ISP). Identify the components of the BA ISP. Provide an example of how to operationalize the components of the BA ISP.
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Prepared by:Nadezhda RobinsonRaymond GrimaldiAntoinette GurdenPresentation ObjectivesIntroduce the Behavioral Assistance Individual Service Plan (BA ISP)Identify the components of the BA ISPProvide an example of how to operationalize the components of the BA ISPSystem of Care PrinciplesTeam BasedAccessibleStrengths BasedCollaborativeChild & Family CenteredOutcome BasedCulturally CompetentNeeds DrivenFamily InvolvementIndividualizedFlexibleHome, School & Community BasedIn-Community Authorization PatternAuthorization for IICActive IIC Treatment PeriodIIC Plan of Care justifies need for BAIIC links youth to community based svcs.BA is authorized after 60 days of IICWhat is the BA Individual Service Plan?A written plan that is:and includes the following:Developed and periodically reviewed by a licensedindependent clinical professionalImplemented by a Behavioral AssistantDefined outcomes or goalsSpecific target behaviorsSpecific intervention strategiesDocumentation of progress toward meeting outcome or goalSpecific time expectations for achievement of goalsRequired Elements of the BAISPYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateDescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateYouth and Family Goals
  • Outcomes; describe what the youth and family want to be different in the next 90 days
  • List and number the goals that have been developed with the youth and his/her family
  • Youth will demonstrate increased compliance with family rules and schedule
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateSpecific Target Behaviors
  • Specify frequency, location, and intensity of desired target behaviors
  • List the specific desired target behaviors that help achieve the stated goals
  • Youth will bring homework home, complete it, and present it to caregiver for review 5 days a week
  • Youth will record his/her progress every week
  • Caregiver will positively reinforce youth with praise and ____ after each weekly review of progress
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateStrategies
  • Identify strategies that will support the development of new or enhanced skills to modify the specific target behaviors
  • Use consistent, action-oriented, strengths-based language
  • Youth and BA will organize schoolwork and backpack
  • Youth and caregiver will develop list of “priority” subjects
  • Youth, caregiver, and BA will establish an in-home “homework station”
  • BA will support and coach youth to complete homework
  • Youth and BA will report effective coaching strategies to caregiver
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DatePersons Responsible
  • All persons who will be attentive to this goal. This includes all members of the Child and Family Team, if applicable.
  • Include, if applicable, outpatient therapist, teacher, extended family member, etc.
  • Youth
  • Caregiver
  • Teacher or Guidance Counselor
  • BA
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateProgress Toward Meeting Youth and Family Goal
  • “Achieved” = 85-100% reduction and/or adoption of behavior
  • “Definite Progress” = 50-80% reduction or adoption
  • “In Progress” = less than 50% change behavior.
  • “In Progress” requires review and revision of target behavior, strategies, and/or person(s) responsible
  • Youth has made definite progress. Youth is bringing home, completing, and presenting homework to caregiver 3 out of 5 days a week
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateEstimated Achieved Date
  • 30, 45, 75, or 90 days from date of the plan
  • 30 days; November 30, 2007
  • DescriptionExampleYouth and Family GoalsSpecific Target BehaviorsStrategiesPerson(s) ResponsibleProgress Toward Meeting GoalEstimated Achieved DateActual Achieved or Rev. DateActual Achieved or Revised Date
  • The date the goal was achieved
  • Enter the Revised Estimated Achieved Date if the goal was not achieved on the original Estimated Achieved Date
  • 45 days; December 15, 2007
  • Signature PageAll fields of the signature page must be completedThe first signature required is of the licensed clinician who DEVELOPED the BA PlanSignature PageIf the Behavioral Assistant is supervised by someone other than the IIC therapist developing the plan, he/she must be aware of the plan.To indicate the BA supervisor’s awareness of the plan, he/she must sign here.Signature PageThe next signature required is of the behavioral assistant who is to IMPLEMENT the BA PlanSignature PageThe BA Plan must be signed by the caregiverand the youthYouth/Family Receipt of PlanCopies of the BA Plan must be provided to the youth and to the caregiver indicates that the plan was provided to both the youth and caregiver.Checking “Yes”Effective date:11/12/07Contact InformationFor more information regarding the Behavioral Assistance Individual Service Plan call DCBHS Provider Relations:Raymond Grimaldi609-292-0994or visit our website by clicking on:www.nj.gov/dcf/behavioral/or e-mail DCBHS Provider Relations by clicking on:Raymond.Grimaldi@dcf.state.nj.us
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