Promote Positive Behaviour. Outcome 4
1. Identify types of challengingbehaviour.
There are many types of behaviour that can be described as challenging. Examples of these include:
self-injury (eg head banging, self-biting, skin picking)
physical aggression or violent behaviour (eg punching, scratching...
3045: Promote positive behaviour
HSC 3045: Promote positive behaviour
Unit reference Credit value Unit aim F/601/3764 6 Level GLH 3 44
The purpose of this unit is to provide the learner with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to promote positive behaviour and respond appropriately...
HSC 3045: Promote positive behaviour
Understand how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relate to positive behaviour support.
1.1 Explain how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies related to positive behaviour support are applied to own working practice.
Unit 53: Promote Positive Behaviour.
Learning outcome 1: Understand how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relate to positive behaviour support.
1.1 Explain how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relating to positive behaviour support are applied to own...
Responding To Clients Who Present With Challenging/Self- defeating Behaviours
In the mental health nursing environment, nurses and their everyday role may repeatedly be subjected to or witness challenging and / or self-defeating behaviour (Health and Safety Executive 2006). In this assessment the...
Diversity is respecting and maintaining the dignity and privacy of clients recognizing issues associated with the identity needs of other service users as well as the clients own interpretation of dignity and respect and the right to express his/her own identity, culture and lifestyle...
HSC 3045 Promote positive behaviour
“Restrictive physical intervention” here means “the use of force to restrict movement or mobility or the use of force to disengage from dangerous or harmful physical contact initiated by pupils or service users”. Restrictive physical intervention differs from...
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Unit 115 – Promote Positive Behaviour |
For this next question you need to look through the National Minimum Care Standards (your Manager should have a copy) and give below the...
bones/organ (fabricated illness) or burns and scalds. Signs of physical abuse may also be in delay of seeking medical advise, the incident lacks detail or inconsistent and when the adult presents with repeated injuries over a time scale. The harm caused by physical abuse can range from minor to traumatic...
abuseAbuse can often show as physical effects and symptoms, these are likely to be accompanied by emotional signs and changes in behaviour, but this is not always the case. Any behaviour changes could indicate that the person is a victim of some type of abuse, but these are only indicators, and need to be linked...
Unit 14: The Person Centred Approach to the Care and Support of Individuals with Dementia 123
Unit 15: Understand the Factors that can Influence Communication and Interaction with Individuals who have Dementia 127
Unit 16: Understand Equality, Diversity and Inclusion...
Understand the Administration of Medication to Individuals with
Dementia Using a Person-Centred Approach
Understand the Role of Communication and Interactions with Individuals
who Have Dementia
Understand the Diversity of Individuals with Dementia and the
Importance of Inclusion
TEACHING ASSISTANT DIPLOMA COURSE
SUPPORTING THE TEACHER
TUTOR TALK: The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:
• Explain how the Teaching Assistant can contribute to making a positive and effective classroom environment
Teaching assistants carry out a range of practical...
to ensure that service users are safeguarded against the risk of abuse by means of:
• Taking reasonable steps to identify the possibility of abuse and prevent it before it occurs
• Responding appropriately to any allegation of abuse.
Where any form of control or restraint is used in carrying...
awareness Positional asphyxia (signs & symptoms) Safety brief & issues Safety brief & issues Warm up Warm up Risk assessments Care plans De brief process Incident reporting DAY 4
DAY 5 Course discussion Safety Brief & Issues Warm up Review of week Scenarios Assessments & evaluations Feedback
Getting to know people by listening and talking to them enable to
develop an understanding which will lead to stronger relationship in longer term.
Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult
social care setting between:
Colleagues and other professionals:
training and support in the use of restrictive physical interventions. People with learning disabilities have a right to be treated with respect, care and dignity especially when they are behaving in ways which maybe harmful to themselves or others and as a result require physical intervention from staff. By...
Reflect cultural awareness in work practice
Demonstrate awareness of culture as a factor in all human behaviour by using culturally appropriate work practicesUse work practices that create a culturally and psychologically safe environment for all personsReview and modify work practices in...
the Care and Support of Individuals with Dementia Understand the Factors that can Influence Communication and Interaction with Individuals who have Dementia Understand Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Dementia Care Understand the Administration of Medication to Individuals with Dementia using a Person-Centred...
or Children’s & Young People’s Settings
1.1 Explain what is meant by
Diversity means difference. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation...