(1) Behavioral support services teach others to carry out ethical and effective behavior interventions based on positive behavior supports. Behavioral support services staff may supervise the work of others who implement behavior interventions.
(2) Behavioral support services may include:
(a) designing behavioral assessments and functional analysis of behavior;
(b) interpreting assessment and evaluation results for staff and unpaid caregivers;
(c) designing, monitoring, and modifying written behavior support intervention procedures;
(d) training staff and unpaid caregivers in the implementation of formal and informal behavioral support procedures; and
(e) attending planning meetings for the purpose of providing guidance and information to plan team members.
(3) A person providing behavioral support services must meet the requirements in ARM 37.34.1422(2).