Promoting Positive Behaviour

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Unit Title: Promote Positive Behaviour (329) Outcome 1 – Understand how legislation, frameworks, codes of practise and policies relate to positive behaviour support. 1.4 Explain who needs to be informed of any incidents where restrictive interventions have been used. People who need to be informed should the need for restrictive interventions be used are:- * Managers * Family * Social worker * GP (where needed) * Others in the Positive Behaviour Team, (psychologists etc.) Outome 2 – Understand the context and use of proactive and reactive strategies. 2.1 Explain the difference between proactive and reactive strategies. The difference between proactive and reactive strategies are as followed: Proactive strategies…show more content…
Everyone has the desire to seek approval and acceptance, Positive reinforcement is the process whereby desirable behaviour is encouraged by presenting a reward at the time of occurrence of such behaviour. Through reinforcing positive behaviour you are encouraging that individual to seek attention through positive methods rather than unacceptable methods (such as challenging behaviour). Also by focusing on prompting positive behaviour can also have the effect on yourself rather than feeling angry and frustrated due to behaviours you promote that calm, relaxed positive behaviour. 2.6 Evaluate the impact on an individual’s wellbeing of using reactive rather than proactive strategies. Using reactive rather than proactive concentrates on the negatives of a behaviour rather than positivity, this would more than likely cause animosity towards staff, emotions would be high for a majority of the time and the individual could become distressed for large periods of time, the support from staff would not be positive making the individual feel isolated and alone, causing more anger and more than likely more behaviours.

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