This eLearning course provides an introduction to PBS for people providing care and support to people with intellectual / learning disabilities or autism.
Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) is a person-centred approach to supporting people who display or are at risk of displaying behaviours of concern (sometimes referred to as behaviours that challenge). The overall aim of PBS is to improve the quality of a person's life.
After completing this course you will be able to return and revisit any part of it for 3 months from the date of your enrolment.
Module 1 | Understanding Behaviours: A PBS Approach | 30 minutes
This module is designed for people providing care and support to people with learning disabilities or autism. It aims to develop their understanding of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and behaviour.
- Principles and values of person-centred support
- Characteristics of behaviour
- Factors that influence behaviour
- Functions of behaviour
Module 2 | Observing Behaviour to Inform PBS Plans and Strategies | 30 minutes
This module focuses on developing the ability to contribute to behaviour-informed positive behavioural support plans and strategies.
- Observation, recording and reporting approaches
- Actions to protect vulnerable people
- Positive planning
- Proactive and reactive strategies
- Reinforcing behaviour in a PBS Framework
Module 3 | Implementing Person-Centred Active Support | 30 minutes
This module is designed for people providing care and support to people with learning disabilities or autism. Learners will develop their knowledge of how to implement person-centred active support and PBS values.
- Benefits of improved social roles
- What is meant by quality of life
- Principles of active support
- Supporting the development of new skills
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Maybo eLearning Certificate
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