Response interruption/redirection (RIR) is used to decrease interfering behaviors, predominantly those that are repetitive, stereotypical, and/or self-injurious. RIR is often implemented after a functional behavior assessment (FBA) has been conducted to identify the potential cause(s) of an interfering behavior. RIR is particularly useful with persistent, interfering behaviors that occur in the absence of other people, in different settings, and during a variety of tasks. This module will provide information on RIR and the steps needed to implement this evidence-based intervention.
- What's Included
- 29 pages
- Optional $20 certficate
- Describe the different types of behaviors that can be addressed using response interruption/redirection
- Describe the difference between response blocking and response interruption/ redirection
- Identify the variety of evidence-based practices that often are used in conjunction with response interruption/redirection
- List the steps for implementing response interruption/redirection
Modules on this site are always free. If you would like proof of completion, you can purchase a certificate when you have successfully completed this module. The certificate will provide contact hours for this module.
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