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dc.contributor.authorBaker, Daniel J.
dc.contributor.authorBlumberg, E. Richard
dc.contributor.authorFreeman, Rachel L.
dc.identifier.citationBaker, D.J., Blumberg, R., & Freeman, R. (2002). Considerations for functional assessment of problem behavior among persons with developmental disabilities and mental illness. In J. Jacobson, J. Mulick, and S. Holburn (Eds.), Programs and services for people with dual developmental and psychiatric disabilities (pp. 51-66). Kingston, NY: NADD.
dc.titleConsiderations for Functional Assessment of Problem Behavior Among Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Illness
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    This archive contains examples of our work in Positive Behavior Support. Positive behavioral support is a means for (1) determining why a person with a disability engages in behavior that impedes quality of life, independence, inclusion, and productivity and then (2) providing supports, in all aspects of the person’s life, that prevent, modify, or reduce the impeding behaviors and that are socially acceptable and not harmful or demeaning.

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