This course is suitable for managers, health and social care workers working with people who have behaviours that challenge.
The course explains the relevant legislation and regulations covering this area of health care. It also explores the different types of behaviours and how they occur.
There is a module that discusses the differences between positive and negative reinforcement and how this strengthens the possibility of behaviour happening again. The Time Intensity Model shows how incidents occur and the levels of emotions and arousal that are experienced.
It also details the role of a health and social care worker in managing behavior that challenge and supporting individuals appropriately. The course emphasises your role to assist an individual return to calm after incidents and reflect on the behaviour with them.
Course Duration: 45 Min
|3||Legislations, Framework, And Codes of Practice|
|4||Context in which Behaviors that Challenge|
|5||The Use of Proactive and Reactive Strategies|
|6||Supporting Individuals and Others|