ositive Behaviour Support most often includes Positive Behaviour Enforcement schedules. These are used to promote the absence of behaviours of concern and usually are coupled with the learning a new skill so that they don’t need to display the negative behaviour. There are several forms that these schedules can take and those are best discussed with your behaviour specialist.
There are three very important rules associated with these schedules: 1. The reward must be something that the person REALLY REALLY wants (MOTIVATION)! 2. You must be CONSISTANT in the delivery of reinforcement tokens. (TRUST) 3. NEVER EVER remove tokens from a chart this is contrary to the principles of Positive Reinforcement.