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Behavior Intervention Specialists are responsible to provide ongoing support to all staff through on-site mentoring, coaching, training and agency trainings at various times that promote the protection of consumers’ dignity, safety, health, welfare and civil rights. This oversight ensures that all staff are competent to implement proactive behavioral approaches, effective teaching strategies, programmatic goals and objectives, safeguards, behavior plans, restrictive/intrusive interventions when there is a clear risk to the health and safety of the person or others. May develop and/or provide supervision for behavioral support plans or services that do not include intrusive/restrictive interventions. Behavior support plans or services which include intrusive/restrictive measures must be developed by a Behavior Intervention Specialist I (BIS I) under the supervision of a licensed psychologist or licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).