Investigate Behavioral Supports if you need them


Behavior Supports are services to provide support needed to help individuals with severely challenging and disruptive behaviors who are living in the community. You can apply to DDA for funding for Behavioral Support Services (funding is based on qualification of service and available funds).

What supports are available?

Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS)
The Association for Positive Behavior Support is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of positive behavior support. APBS strives to expand application of this approach with children, adolescents, and adults with problem behavior.

SOS Help for Parents, A Practical Guide For Handling Common Everyday Behavior Problems, by Lynn Clark, Ph.D.

How would I apply for state supported behavioral supports?

Developmental Disabilities Administration Behavioral Support Services. Based on eligibility and determination of need, your child may be placed on a waiting list, but it is important to sign up.

What additional supports and providers are available?

See our database of Providers and Services

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