Understanding Challenging Behaviour

£150 (free to ARC NI members)
AIM: Understanding of what is considered as challenging behaviour, values, knowledge and skills necessary for competent practice, with adults with learning disabilities.

Learning Outcomes:

  • discuss a range of behaviours, which are considered to be challenging
  • define tolerance levels within teams, recognise the impact of languages and opinions
  • begin to evaluate present strategies for reporting, recording and managing challenging behaviours
  • begin to review possible forms of intervention, including support systems, which promote a positive value base and which enables workers to assist individuals to communicate and meet thier own needs
  • develop a realistic and supportive policy an effective team-working practices, when working with people with learning disabilities
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