Understanding Special Education Behavior Interventions
Compassionate Guidance And Representation In School Behavior Matters
Parents often feel torn and confused when a child acts out in school. We understand these concerns. There are a variety of systems that may be employed to address behavioral tools in school. Functional behavioral assessments and positive behavioral interventions are common matters associated with an individualized education plan (IEP) for special education students. The focus of these processes is to hone in on why the behavior is occurring and find solutions to address the source.
Unfortunately, schools do not always provide parents with sufficient guidance to allow them to understand the obligations associated with a behavioral intervention plan. Our lawyers are well-versed in special education law and can help you through the processes to ensure your rights — and your child’s rights — are properly protected.
We have experience representing clients in matters related to:
- Behavior interventions
- Setting behavior goals in a student’s IEP
- Functional behavior assessments aimed at discovering the causes of behavior
- Behavior support plans, which are aimed at identifying how behaviors impede learning
- Emergency interventions available only in emergency situations
In addition, California law includes the ability for parents and the IEP team to conduct a functional analysis assessment. That assessment expands the scope of behavior plans to evaluate what has worked and what has not worked in an existing plan.
Turn To Respected Special Education Lawyers To Protect Your Child’s Opportunities
Our trusted special education attorneys can walk with you through behavioral interventions, explain your rights and help you to move forward with your child’s special education services. To arrange a consultation with a compassionate lawyer in San Diego, send us an online message or call 619-757-1290.