Sensory behaviors are a little different than our other categories of functions of behavior. With escape, attention, and tangible, what is reinforcing the behavior is a result of the environment. We can more easily change that by making changes to the environment. Sensory behaviors result in some sort of internal satisfaction. We can work proactively to prevent dangerous or highly disruptive sensory behaviors by teaching an alternative response, giving sensory breaks, and being aware of sources of sensory overload.