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1 PBIS at HFA Hillside Family of Agencies Building Positive Social Cultures Exemplar Strategies

2 Agenda Experiences in developing and implementing PBIS at Hillside Family of Agencies Stories Activities ( Explanations of ) Some of the other things we do to build positive social cultures

3 Hillside Family of Agencies Affiliates Services linked with PBIS - DT school programs - RT Campus Schools - RT living units - RT Emergency, Diagnostic, Critical Care programs - Public school collaborations / wellness centers Future PBIS projects - TFC, Waiver, JJS

4 HFA PBIS Programs 9 Schools (Campus RT and DT) 5 RT campuses (31 RT Units) 3 community-based group homes 2 JJS living units Rochester, Auburn, Geneva, Bath (Western & Central New York State) Approximately (700) children and youth Rochester City School District Wellness Center (350) students

5 TK’s Theory of Control Finding a personal connection to PBIS PRINCIPLE ROOTS What you can’t control What you can control Set the focus on ____________ behavior Oliver Kalke’s philosophy on life The “3” Pillars of Respect

6 CAN YOU BE STRENGTH-BASED? ACTIVITY Interactions, Attachments, & Relationships

7 Why PBIS at HFA Strength-based / evidence-based approach that empowers youth, families, and staff Utilize data to make team decisions Increase opportunities to partner with families Build Bridges Utilize strengths already in place Model flexibility

8 Building the Model at HFA Implementation standardization Select a point person Introduce the PBIS Model to all Form a PBIS leadership team Establishing 3 to 5 simple expectations The PBIS Behavior Matrix Teaching expected behavior Recognizing and acknowledging expected behavior (REINFORCEMENT system) Data collection and use Discipline practices Team decision making Train Everyone

9 PBIS Orientation New Employee Training (NET) PBIS Model Overview HFA PBIS Universal Handbook Direct Instruction Functional Behavior Approach PBIS Model Activities Linkages to other EBPs Supervisor’s Orientation Checkklist & PBIS Binder

10 HFA PBIS Team Composition Team Leader Administrator Specialized Support –Special Education Teacher, Social Worker, Clinician, Sociotherapist, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Nurse, etc. Support Staff –Office, Dietary, Custodial, Security, etc. Parent / Family Children & Youth Start with Team that “Works.”

11 Staff Buy-In RESPECT THE PEOPLE YOU WORK WITH….. “The Night Lady” Staff & Data School-wide System Staff Matrices, Reinforcement Ask your staff what they think will be the greatest hurdles to the implementation of a “new” system-wide model Hurdles & Solutions Activity

12 CCC AGENCY PBIS IMPLEMENTATION: Hurdles & Solutions Fear of Change Lack of Understanding Lack of Staff Buy-in Staff Attitudes towards “systems” change Time Constraints Lack of Patience CommunicationParent / Family Acceptance

13 CCC AGENCY PBIS IMPLEMENTATION: PBIS Hurdles & Solutions Fear of Change Lack of Understanding Lack of Staff Buy-in Staff Attitudes towards “systems” change Time Constraints Lack of Patience CommunicationParent / Family Acceptance Be Honest Ask staff for input Get feedback about how the model is working Education / training Flexibility Encourage teamwork Decrease fear by support & encouragement Reassurance & acknowledgeme nt Present changes ahead of time Be clear in trainings Positive reinforcement for staff too Consistent meetings Access to Tom and Mary Alice Take the time and effort to assure understanding Communication between greens and leadership Training Stick to the model Positive presentations Ownership training Maintain smaller groups Provide data to everyone Testimonials of successes Give line staff opportunities in leadership roles on green teams Focus on positive outcomes Communication x 3 Honest Data Find ways to maintain CCC’s identity Be more positive in all you do Recognize and encourage staff Utilize staff meetings for PBIS More PBIS related training in seminars / workshops Incorporate PBIS into daily itineraries Use log books Remind staff that PBIS is a work in progress Keep paperwork at a minimum Utilize supervision to address staff that are impatient Be positive about learning new approaches to helpings kids and families Use team supports Keep it (matrix) simple and kid friendly Open & Honest Leadership to Green to Leadership (Reciprocal communication) Messages should be clear and consistent Smaller group process invites more participation Communicate effectively Open our doors and arms and really welcome parent involvement Use relationships with existing “active” parents and invite to participate Assure parents feeling welcomed and valued Listen to and use the wisdom we get from parents / families

14 PBIS: Presentations & Workshops Staff & Family Trainings PBIS Overview Sociotherapy 101: Focus on the Child Positive Reinforcement & Praise Teaching Expected Behavior Avoiding Power Struggles Discipline with Dignity Learn to Understand Then Try To Be Understood Data-based Decision Making Functional Behavioral Approaches & Assessment PBIS for Families in the Home Youth Trainings PBIS Overview How to Communicate with How to Communicate with Adults PBIS & Behavioral Lesson Plans Avoiding Power Struggles Avoiding Power Struggles Bully Prevention in PBS Bully Prevention in PBS Staff buy-in and tools of the trade The Functional Behavior Approach Matt Pierce: Learning Seeds LLC CARE Training Cornell Family Development Center

15 Family Buy-in Parents Are Partners PAP Annual Retreat Intake & Admission Process PBIS Family Handbook Site-specific trainings and presentations: Matrix, Behavior Lesson Plans, Reinforcers, Discipline RESPECT THE FAMILIES YOU SERVE The Picnic

16 Family Buy-In Activity Connections RT Campus & Competing with Disneyland Life at my house Connections for families in their homes

17 At Home Before SchoolMealsAfter SchoolBed time Be Caring Be Responsible Be Safe Be Healthy Behavior Matrix for the Home

18 At Home Before SchoolMealsAfter SchoolBed time Be Caring Say Good Morning to everyone Say “Please” and “Thank you” Use good manners Say Hello to everyone Say Good Night to everyone Give mom and dad a kiss or a hug Be Responsible Make your bed Get dressed Feed the cat Help set the table when asked Clean your plate when done Change your school clothes Do your homework Have clothes ready for school Have books and back pack ready Be Safe Pick up clutter in your bedroom Look both ways when crossing street for the bus Keep chair feet on the floor Use utensils safely Take small bites Wear a helmet when riding your bike or using roller blades Tell mom or dad where you will be playing Turn of all electronic things Tidy your room Put clothes in laundry basket Be Healthy Wash up or shower Eat a good breakfast Brush your teeth Wash hands before dinner Eat healthy foods Try everything Eat a healthy snack Do something active Drink water Wash your face and hands or shower Brush your teeth Get a good night’s sleep Behavior Matrix for the Home

19 Cost-effective (Cheap) Positive Reinforcers Do your homework anytime Extra 15 minutes of phone time Extra ½ hour of television Extra ½ hour computer time Pick a meal Choose a restaurant Chore break Trip to the Dollar Store 1:1 time with parent Pick a fishing spot Pick the game on game night Camp Out in the yard with friends Pick the video on movie night Have Dad clean your room Invite a friend to sleep over Go to a soccer game Pick a park to hike in Mini-Golf Pick a playground to go to Get videos / DVDs from library Be the leader on a bike ride Replace a vegetable at dinner Stay up a ½ hour longer Extra Crazy Bubble Bath

20 Children & Youth Buy-in Ask youth what is important when considering and developing new “rules” in their respective programs Matrix Building Youth participation in reinforcement Youth Trainings & Team BuildingYouth Trainings & Team Building HFA System of Care

21 Expectations for Hallways RESPECT Hallways Yourself & Others Walk quietly on the right Keep hands and feet to yourself Say “hello” to others Learning Take time to read and enjoy posters and work on the walls Talk / speak quietly Learn the names of students and staff The Environment Care for school work, art work, and decorations on walls Be aware of yellow safety lines Halpern Education Center Expectations for Hallways RESPECT Hallways Yourself & Others Walk quietly on the right Keep hands and feet to yourself Say “hello” to others Learning Take time to read and enjoy posters and work on the walls Talk / speak quietly Learn the names of students and staff The Environment Care for school work, art work, and decorations on walls Be aware of yellow safety lines Halpern Education Center RESPECTHallways Yourself & Others Walk quietly on the right Keep hands and feet to yourself Say “hello” to others Learning Take time to read and enjoy posters and work on the walls Talk / speak quietly Learn the names of students and staff The Environment Care for school work, art work, and decorations on walls Be aware of yellow safety lines Created by the students of a HFA middle school / high school day treatment program July 2008

22 Youth Buy-In Activity Joe’s Woes Learning to Communicate with Adults *Adaptability of the Training

23 Outcomes & Data SET (School-wide Evaluation Tool) Behavior Support Referrals Duration in behavior support Day Time of day Location Referral Behavior Program Response Possible Trigger (motivation) Referring Staff Individual Student: FBA planning

24 2008 SET Scores Site #1 100/100 Site #2100/100 Site #3 97/90 Site #4 83/90 Site #5 83/90 Site #6 88/90 Site #7 83/90 Site #8Not evaluated in 2007/2008 Site #9Self-initiated Sites 6,7,8 61/70 (three schools on site)

25 Data Examples Programmatic The Big 4 + 2 Individual student Graphs (site examples)

26 Why PBIS is effective at HFA Interactions, Attachments, Relationships Family Involvement Accountability Communication Involvement & Creativity Consistency Using data to for decision-making and informing practice PBIS Model Flexibility

27 Three questions we should always ask ourselves If this were my child, what would I want? If this were my family, how would I want to be treated? Would I want my child in this program?

28 Respect is highly valued The Leap Of Faith Respect the Kids with PBIS

29 THE END Beyond the data and what I have seen with my own eyes…………… Questions?

30 Resources for All NYS PBIS Initiative www.pbis.org PBIS gurus Allen Mendler & Richard Curwin Sean Covey Richard LaVoie Children and families Your peers Yourself

31 Hillside Family of Agencies I can be reached at: Tom Kalke PBIS Project Manager Hillside Family of Agencies 1 Mustard St, Rochester, NY 585-654-1512 tkalke@hillside.com


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