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When would my child need a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)?
A Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) can be conducted when the IEP team determines it would be appropriate for the child, or when a change in placement is being sought due to behaviors. Learn when the school district must be legally responsible for funding an FBA.
How do I write a strength-based IEP?
The team can employ a strength-based perspective by writing IEP goals that include information about what is already working. For example, a goal might begin by listing accommodations a child uses that may be incrementally removed or adjusted as the child masters the skill.
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