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Challenging Behaviour - Supporting Change DVD

£ 63.00

In this new 2-disc DVD set meet Oliver, Dougie and Dominic and hear the functional assessment process explained.

Challenging Behaviour - Supporting Change DVD

 This DVD is free to family/ unpaid carers in the UK. To order for free, download our resource order form or contact us.

“As soon as Dominic pulled somebody’s hair it meant that he was either removed from the room or a person was removed from the room. So actually what Dominic was getting was an outcome for that hair pulling. He was indicating to us that he was uncomfortable. But he was having to pull hair to achieve that.”

In this 2-disc DVD set meet Oliver, Dougie and Dominic and hear Mark Addison (Psychologist) explain the functional assessment process.  Interviews with family carers highlight the range of causes of challenging behaviour, and how a functional assessment can help put in place appropriate behaviour management strategies for individuals with severe learning disabilities.

Produced primarily for family carers, this resource also provides a useful introduction and refresher for professionals. The families’ stories demonstrate the importance of a functional assessment and provide insight into positive ways to support families.

Running time: Disc 1 : 33 minutes
                       Disc 2 : 36 minutes

Contents

Understanding Challenging Behaviour (Disc 1):

- Introduction

- What is a functional assessment

- Check for health related cause

- What is the purpose (function) of the behaviour?

  • Social attention
  • Tangibles
  • Escape
  • Sensory Feedback

-Recording Behaviour

Contents - Supporting Change (Disc 2):

- Introduction

- Reactive (short term plan)

- Proactive (long term plan)

- Summary

- Conclusion: Key Messages

This DVD is free to family/ unpaid carers in the UK. To order for free, download our resource order form.


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