Behavioral Supports


Behavioral Support Strategies Resources

Behavioral Support Strategies FAQ

When Considering Restrictive Measures

Behavioral Support Strategies With Restrictive Measures Part 1
Learn about the cultural shift and process changes required by the new rule, and how DODD intends to support this transformation.

Behavioral Support Strategies With Restrictive Measures Part 2
Explore the restricted and prohibited measures prescribed in the rule and learn to develop behaviorĀ support strategies with restrictive measures.

Medical Restraints and the Behavioral Support Strategies Rule
DODD staff discuss medical restraints and their connection to the Behavioral Support Strategies Rule (ORC 5123:2-2-06). Also discussed are medical restraints as a rights restriction, as part of someone's ISP and less restrictive options.

Navigating the Behavioral Support Strategies Rule in the ICF Environment
Join Heidi Davidson and Ann Weisent of DODD's Office of Provider Standards and Review (OPSR) as well as Carol Kaser and Barb Stewart from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) to discuss navigating the Behavioral Support Strategies Rule (ORC 5123:2-2-06) in an ICF environment.

Behavior Rate Add On (BAO) Training For State-Funded BAO
Learn more about the Behavior Add On Rate, effective 01.01.2016, with this recorded webinar facilitated by DODD Medicaid staff. (PDF)
Related Forms: BAO Submission Form | Behavioral Add-on Field Memo | Behavioral Add-on FAQs

Behavior Support: What Has Occurred Over The Previous Year
Get updates regarding Restrictive Measure Notification, data, and hear success stories from two county boards and an ICF about changing their philosophies and practices to be in alignment with changes to the Behavioral Support Strategies Rule.

An Overview of the New Behavioral Support Strategies Rule
The scope of rule 5123:2-2-06, Behavior support strategies that include restrictive measures that may bring changes to many ISPs (PDF)