Behavioural Intervention Plan


A Behavioral Plan, also known as a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP), is a structured and systematic strategy designed to address and modify challenging behaviors in students, often those with developmental disorders, learning disabilities, or other behavioral challenges. The goal of a behavioral plan is to promote positive behavior, reduce or eliminate negative behaviors, and improve an individual’s overall quality of life and functioning.


1. Make full payment for the package of interest. Once payment is made, whatsapp or email a copy of the payment receipt, if payment was not made on our website.

2. Email the requested details to us. Make sure that the information is presented on a Word document and labelled correctly.

3. Once payment is confirmed, you will receive a payment receipt.

4. Once the payment has been made and we receive the requested information, that is when the processing time will begin.


Required Details:

Provide the following information to complete the requested service.  

1. What is the name of your school?

2. Where is your school located?

3. What type of behaviour are you having a challenge with?

4. What is the population of your class? 

5. What is the ratio of boys to girls?

6. What are your students’ reading levels?

7. What are the ETCs or other programs that have been done?

8. How frequently have you seen those behaviours?

9. What usually happens before the behaviours take place?

10. Do any of your students’ have an IEP? If yes, list the disabilities and the accommodations?

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