Approaching Challenging Behaviors Together with T.R.A.C. 

Challenging behaviors are defined as behaviors that interfere with one's ability to be able to learn, complete a task and/or engage in the behaviors that are considered to be socially significant to the clients, their families as well as on a clinical level. T.R.A.C. does not believe that one ought to stop all behaviors that are considered challenging or barriers. Instead, T.R.A.C. follows the guidelines of ABA where they utilize methods to be able to determine the function or reasoning for the behavior, and they work with all to replace it with behaviors that are socially appropriate. Targets too will be put in place in order to be able to enhance their ability to be able to learn and maintain the desired behaviors while working to eliminate the undesired behaviors.