To give information on behaviours that are challenging so that learners can adapt their skills in order to maintain a person centred approach and allow an individual they are assisting to maintain well-being and a fulfilled life.
Outline the different levels of training involved supporting people whose behaviours may challenge
Explore and define the term ‘Behaviours that Challenge’
List some of the behaviours that challenge within learner’s own workplace
Outline why behaviours may occur including functions and theories of behaviour
State what could trigger these behaviours and some of the warning signs that may occur
Describe ways to reduce the risk of these behaviours occurring
At the end of the training session, candidates will have covered the following modules:
What is ‘behaviour that challenges’?
Care Act 2014
What is considered as behaviour that challenges?
Promotion of choice and control
Understanding the nature of behaviour that challenges
Understanding positive strategies to support and address behaviour that challenges
Using person centred approaches
Types of behaviour
Emotional and rational brain
Common triggers that cause people to challenge
Responses to behaviour
Possible preventative methods
Managing the behaviour that is challenging
Non pharmacological interventions
Positive Behaviour Support planning (PBS)
Stages of behaviour
What to do following an incident inc. documentation
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