Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is a research-based, person-centered framework focused on decreasing problem behavior and increasing quality of life. At KIPBS we conduct research, provide training from the intensive to the community-wide intervention level, develop resources, and help professionals plan and implement PBS within their organizations.
Individuals under the age of 21 with Title 19 Medicaid and who are KanBeHealthy eligible qualify for PBS services. Parents, care-givers, or professionals who are interested in PBS services for their child should contact their child's MCO for more information regarding providers in your area. For more information on KanBeHealthy eligibility visit https://www.kmap-state-ks.us/Public/Kan Be Healthy Main.asp. For more information on PBS Services, please visit this link at the KDADS website: https://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/behavioral-health/consumers-and-families/services-and-programs/positive-behavior-supports-(pbs).
Facilitators (endorsed billers) who have completed the KIPBS course and would like more information on billing and forms for PBS services should visit this direct link at the KDADS website: http://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/csp/behavioral-health/providers/pbs-providers.
Alternatively, go to the KDADS website homepage at http://www.kdads.ks.gov and follow the instructions below.
To access the PBS information from the KDADS website homepage, providers should do the following:
The PBS course is offered at two levels: certification and endorsement. Certification is for those who are interested in training but do not intend to bill. The endorsement level is for individuals and agencies who plan to bill Medicaid for PBS services. For more information regarding training opportunities visit our trainings page. If you have a specific question regarding one of our trainings, please use our query form and we will respond as soon as we can.