Based on the results of the assessments completed, a program will be developed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. The program will identify intervention strategies for responding to undesirable behavior and prompting appropriate replacement behaviors. The intervention strategies will be specific to the functions of the behaviors identified during the functional assessments. Responses to the undesirable behavior should be consistent with what is highlighted in the program in order to effectively decrease the behaviors across all environments and caregivers; making parent training and support an important component to the behavioral services. There are many components of implementing the behavioral programming to support progress being made more quickly. Accurate and reliable data should be collected to objectively identify how often the behavior is happening, or frequency of the behavior, and make changes to the intervention as needed based on the data. Communication and collaboration between the behavior analysts, behavior therapists, parents/caregivers, and other professionals is an important component as environmental changes (e.g., a change in routine, change in staff, divorce, parent on vacation, etc.) can have an impact on a child's behavior. Desirable behaviors can also be targeted by many professionals which would also support progress being made.