Project STAY Resources

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Topeka, KS 66619
785.331.5018 Office
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Dr. Rich Harrison
rich.harrison@greenbush.org
Dr. Ryan Vaughn
Behavior and Social Emotional Supports Program Guide: Summarizes the services available through Greenbush’s BaSES consortium.
Behavior Intervention Plan: Includes recommended elements of a Behavior Intervention Plan, as well as 3 samples which can be adapted for use within a district.
Behavior Plan Outline 1: Sample Behavior Intervention Plan Outline #1
Behavior Plan Outline 2: Sample Behavior Intervention Plan Outline #2
Behavior Plan Outline 3: Sample Behavior Intervention Plan Outline #3
Behavior and Task Completion Sheet: An excel spreadsheet to monitor task completion
Classroom Management Tips: Suggestions that may increase teacher control within a classroom.
Collaboration: Some helpful tips on successful collaboration. Can be used within the school, or between schools and families.
Elements of an IEP: Suggestions on how an IEP may be written. Includes ideas on goals and benchmarks, behavior intervention plan, transition plan and others.
Functional Assessment Flow Chart: An overview of the problem-solving process Project STAY utilizes working a case.
Functional Assessment Flow Chart Explanations: A set of instructions for the functional assessment flow chart used by Project STAY.
Functional Assessment Flow Chart in SPANISH: Our Functional Assessment Flowchart translated for our Latino consumers.
Functional Assessment Flow Chart Explanations in SPANISH: A set of instructions for the functional assessment flow chart for our Latino consumers.
Functional Assessment and IDEA Overview: This provides an overview of Functional Assessment and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Homework Suggestions for Families: For families that find it incredibly difficult to get their child to complete homework, these suggestions may be of help.
How to Develop Positive Relationships with Families: Some suggestions for school on ways to facilitate a positive, non-adversarial, relationship with families.
How to Develop Positive Relationships with Schools: Some suggestions for families on ways to facilitate a positive, non-adversarial, relationship with schools.
Ideas for Adapting Curriculum: Over 60 different ideas on how curriculum may be adapted.
Ideas for Grading: When creative grading needs to be implemented, this document may provide some helpful suggestions.
Ideas for Working with Hard-To-Motivate Students: Ideas for educators on what may and may not work to motivate challenging students.
Learning Styles Information: A packet of information in different learning styles, as well as suggestions for how to shape curriculum to learning styles.
Interagency Release Form: The requisite form for parents to provide Project STAY with their permission to contact outside agencies to discuss their child.
Resources: A list of online and book resources which may provide some helpful information on a variety of topics.
Sensory Diet: A list of sensory ideas to incorporate into a child’s daily routine.
SPED and Psychology Terms: An abbreviated list (with explanations) of commonly-used terms. Includes some information on specific diagnoses.
Weekly Data Sheet-1 Behavior: A data sheet which many of the schools Project STAY has worked with have found helpful in collecting behavioral data on students for ONE behavior.
Weekly Data Sheet-2 Behaviors: A data sheet which many of the schools Project STAY has worked with have found helpful in collecting behavioral data on students for TWO behaviors.
Monthly Data Sheet-1 Behavior: A data sheet which many of the schools Project STAY has worked with have found helpful in collecting behavioral data on students for ONE behavior by the month.
Monthly Data Sheet-2 Behaviors: A data sheet which many of the schools Project STAY has worked with have found helpful in collecting behavioral data on students for TWO behaviors by the month.
Time Out Data Sheet: A data sheet which many of the schools Project STAY has worked with have found helpful in collecting behavioral data on student with whom TIME OUT is being utilized.
When to Adapt Assignments: Some helpful guidelines to help decide when adaptation of an assignment may be indicated.
Functional Curriculum Guide: A helpful curriculum to design functional activities for a classroom setting.