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Question: Unit Title: Lead positive behavioural support
Sector unit number O32
Level: 7
Credit value: 10
Guided learning hours: 75
Unit Reference Number: K/602/2572


Unit 38.1 – Understand the theoretical background and current policy context of Positive Behaviour Support
1.1 – Analyse theories underpinning Positive Behaviour Support
1.2 - Evaluate how current policy informs Positive Behavioural Support Practice

38.2 – Be able to conduct a functional analysis of an individual requiring Positive Behaviour Support
2.1 – Explain the importance of ensuring functional analysis is based on formal assessment

38.5 – Be able to assess the appropriateness of reactive strategy use
5.1 – Critically compare the use of non aversive and aversive reactive strategies

38.7 – Be able to manage and review the implementation of Positive Behavioural Support Plans
7.1 – Explain how the attitudes and skills of others may impact on a Positive Behavioural Support Plan

Answer: 1.1/1.2 - Through our carefully designed support for positive behavior support, it has been possible to support and enhance the quality of life for service users living within residential services provided by Priory Adult Care and for me personally at Lynbrook House and Mount View House. The support model that is utilised was born out of a necessity to create a supportive and appropriate level of behavioural support management so that our residents can live fulfilling lives regardless of diagnosis or complexity of needs.
With the appropriate support, residents with ASD enjoy a variety of activities, just as other people do. That means they enjoy taking part in a wide range of fulfilling activities and enrichment programs. Support Workers are trained to replace serious problem behaviour with socially appropriate / acceptable behaviour. Residents are encouraged to make choices based on l...(short extract)

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  • Subject: Health and Social Care
  • Course: Health and Social Care
  • Level: Further Education
  • Year: Not applicable
  • Mark: Not available
  • Words: 4637
  • Date submitted: March 05, 2018
  • Date written: March, 2016
  • References: No
  • Document type: Essay*
  • Essay ID: 8312

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