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Understanding & Supporting Behaviour – Swan Hill
September 2, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 3:15 pm UTC+0$117
Early Bird Special price of $97 before 31st July
Are you searching for better ways to support the behaviour of those with Autism or other needs?
We’re here to help you find alternatives to ‘behaviour management’ techniques that simply just don’t work for the most vulnerable people we support.
In this workshop you will learn:
- How and why behaviour directly links to communication
- The types of behaviour that people might see as challenging
- What triggers are and how we can use them to anticipate behaviour
- How to interpret the underlying meaning of behaviour
- Some of the most common reasons for behaviour
- How to differentiate between a tantrum and a meltdown
- How to identify triggers and analyse behaviours
- How to use an analysis document to better interpret and analyse behaviour
- Why behaviour support is more effective than behaviour management
- Tips for responding to behaviour ‘in the moment’
- How to plan for behaviour support
- The importance of setting up systems of support across four (4) key areas
- Our key practical tools and strategies for supporting behaviour and personal wellbeing
- How to implement engaging environments, accommodations, skill development and practical supports
- How to integrate support strategies that are effective and individualised
- How to create a Behaviour Communication Analysis and Support Plan
- The value of profiling communication
This workshop meets the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:
1.5 (Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities)
1.6 (Strategies to support full participation of students with disability)
4.1 (Support student participation)