Generalization and Sustainability in Positive Behavior Support

Katherine's Long-Term PBS Plan

Mother and daughter laughing while the Mom gives the daughter a piggy back ride.

The video on this page includes a story about how Katherine and her team addressed sustainability and long-term planning. This story is based on a research study that highlights the important elements of generalization and sustainability of a positive behavior support plan implemented over seven years. As you listen to Katherine's story in the recording below, look for the key elements that made her positive behavior support plan both effective and durable.

Recording on Long-Term Planning (Day 6)

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Power Point on Long-Term Planning PDF

The citation for this study:

Lucyshyn, J. M., Albin, R. W., Horner, R. H., Mann, J. C., Mann, J. A., & Wadsworth, G. (2007). Family implementation of positive behavior support for a child with autism: Longitudinal, single-case, experimental, and descriptive replication and extension. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 9(3), 131-150.

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