Students with behavior goals do not only need supports at school but at home as well. Parents and school staff should work together to help our kids be the best they can be whether at school, home or in public situations. I have attached some links in which youc a read about different supports for parents for possitve changes at home.
"Having a child with challenging behavior can affect the entire family, and family members often find the need for more information and guidance in this difficult area. The resources listed below are intended to connect families with resources and support. The list isn’t intended to be exhaustive of the behavior resources available, but it will certainly get you started and lead you to yet more information and resources."
"Parents have a dual role to play in raising a self-aware, respectful child who knows how to manage his or her emotions, make responsible decisions, and resolve conflicts non-violently. At home, you should strive to create an environment of trust, respect, and support. Remember that modeling "emotionally intelligent" behavior at home is the first step in nurturing emotionally intelligent children. At school, you can work with other members of your school community to create a climate that supports social and emotional learning - in and out of the classroom."
"We help families who may be facing a crisis or who have a problem that requires professional attention." This site gives you resources for many situations like ADD/ADHD, Domestic Violence, Foster & Adoptive parenting, Suiciude Prevention, Bullying, Depression, Mental Disorders, Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse.