Behavior Support Services

  • Behavior Support Services are school-based interventions based on applied behavior analysis for children who are in need of behavior programs.  Behavior Support Services are similar to other related services that are offered to students within the Rialto Unified School District.  Behavior Support Services are available for students who have an IEP and for those students who are being assessed to determine if they qualify for an IEP.  Behavior Support Services also include consultation, training, and support for both special education and general education staff.  


    The purpose of behavioral support services is twofold: 

    1) to collaborate with school staff and support their understanding and implementation of evidence-based practices and

    2) to design and promote environments that decrease challenging behaviors that are impacting student's academic, social-emotional, and overall well-being while increasing the skills that will help students be a successful member of their school community.  

    Behavior Support Team:

    The behavior support team is composed of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Specialists and behaviorally-trained paraeducator staff who support the Rialto Unified School District.  

    Under the guidance of the Behavior Program Manager, the ABA  Specialists team collaborates to provide direct behavioral support to staff and students.  ABA Specialists provides support to students in the areas of social skills, increasing socially significant behaviors through positive reinforcement, implementing and training staff on a variety of strategies (e.g., Crisis Prevention, De-Escalation, Crisis Intervention, and Reintegration) to ensure students and staff are provided the opportunity to thrive in a safe, adaptable and rewarding learning environment. Continuous professional development, support and resources are provided by the ABA Specialists to aid in building student and staff skills in the Rialto Unified School District. 


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