If there is a "behavior"- for instance, my son's inability to complete homework when he isn't stable (manic or "shut-down")- should this be included in his FBA and BIP in addition to just covering accommodations for it in the other IEP areas? My concern (question) is that if it is written in the FBA and BIP, does that lead others to believe it is intentional behavior, thereby leading to the typical blame and consequences when it happens? I understand that the accommodations portion of the iep can cover things like reduced homework, extended time for work, etc. Can you include things other than the traditional consequences and rewards in the BIP itself? What portion should things the school district can do to help him learn better coping skills and de-escalate put in? Thank you!