Formal Periodic Reviews, Interventions, & Goals

The Formal Periodic Review (FPR) is a document and a meeting which tracks and assesses a student's progress during their time in an AEDY program. The FPR process begins within the first five days of placement when the initial FPR must be completed (demographics, interventions, and goals). Individualized data is then gathered on the student's goal while in placement and reviewed at the 45-day FPR meeting along with the full team (AEDY Program Coordinator, LEA Coordinator, student, parent(s), and other LEA and AEDY program staff as appropriate).

This section of the website provides more information on the FPR process, including resources on providing appropriate and individualized interventions and goals.

Both the blank FPR and annotated FPR templates can be downloaded by clicking on the buttons below.

This video and discussion question series takes a deep dive into the documentation and surrounding procedures for the Formal Periodic Review (FPR) used by AEDY Programs and Sending LEAs.

When a student’s behavior is interfering with his/her learning or the learning of others, a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) is used to identify problem behaviors and develop interventions to improve or eliminate those behaviors. The procedural steps in conducting a FBA require focused teaming, precise behavioral tracking, and targeted interventions to best support the student in all intended educational settings. Intervention fidelity and progress monitoring are additional key factors that effectively link the socially appropriate replacement behaviors to student-level Positive Behavior Supports.

AEDY Office Hour: November 30, 2021

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