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Managing Behaviours that Challenge in Brain Injured Individuals: The Positive Behaviour Support Approach

26 Mar 2019 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, West Hill, Putney, London SW15 3SW

This one-day course is open to anyone working with individuals with a brain injury who may wish to increase their skills and knowledge of managing behaviours that challenge. It offers a theoretical and practical introduction to the positive behaviour support approach, which has been found to be highly effective and rewarding for those clinicians applying the methods in a range of settings.

By the end of the course attendees will:
• Have an understanding of the possible causes of challenging behaviour after a brain injury.
• Be able to describe the possible functions of challenging behaviour – why is it happening and what does it tell us?
• Have an understanding of the development of both pro-active (preventative) and reactive strategies.
• Understand the role of communication impairment in challenging behaviour
• Be able to identify methods that can be incorporated into the clients’ environment and lead to the reduction in incidences of challenging behaviour.
• To understand the purpose of completing and collecting data around the incidence of challenging behaviour.
• Have an understanding of how debriefing and regular staff support mechanisms may help teams working with people with behaviours that challenge.

Cost: £95

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For more information, please call 020 8780 4500 ext 5140 or email institute@rhn.org.uk.