Behavior plans should be used when a specific observed behavior needs changing in order for an individual (Named: Performer) to succeed.
In most cases the Performer should be part of the creation of the behavior plan and should be committed to participating.
Antecedents are prompts and triggers that get a behavior going.
A Behavior is anything a person says or does.
PRO TIP: Behaviors should be observable and measurable.
Consequences come during or after a behavior and have the effect of strengthening, weakening or maintaining the future probability of the behavior occurring again.