A Model for Training Staff in Positive Behaviour Support

Author(s): Dench, C.

Department: St. John of God Hospitaller Services

Keywords: Staff Training, challenging behaviour, positive behaviour support

Reported: Learning Disability Review (Tizard, University of Kent), 10, 2, P24-30

(31 Jul 2009)
Front-line staff are often the key people in delivering positive behaviour support for individuals with intellectual disability and behaviours that challenge. However, effective training in positive behaviour principles and technologies is not well developed. This paper describes a training model that identifies and demonstrates effective outcomes at three levels, those for the individual with behaviours that challenge, the participating learners, i.e. staff members and the organisation. The key areas of training and outcomes are identified and discussed.


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