Legislations and Guidelines for Promoting Positive Behaviour : Assignment

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PROMOTING POSITIVEBEHAVIOUR
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 Legislation in relation to intervention in health and social care or early year.......................1P2 Interventions used to promote positive behaviour in health and social care.........................1P3 Process of implementing least restrictive intervention firstly................................................2P4 Importance of safeguards used in place if restrictive physical intervention are used............2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................3P5 Difference between proactive and reactive strategies............................................................3P6 Importance of maintaining a person or child centred approach while establishing proactivestrategies......................................................................................................................................3TASK 3............................................................................................................................................3P7 Best practice in promoting positive behaviour......................................................................3TASK 4............................................................................................................................................3P8 Types of challenging behaviour.............................................................................................3P9 Steps to be maintain dignity and respect of an individual while responding challengingbehaviour.....................................................................................................................................4CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONHealth, social care and early year sectors are working in the direction of emerging livingstandard of people, underprivileged communities and societies. It is important to maintainpositive behaviour within health and social care sectors. This assignment highlights thelegislations and guidelines regarding promoting positive behaviour. Restrictive interventions aredefined subject to implementing legislation in health, social care and early years. Use ofproactive and restrictive strategies defined to promote positive behaviour. Best practices subjectto promoting positive behaviour also defined. How to respond to incidents of challengingbehaviour.TASK 1P1 Legislation in relation to intervention in health and social care or early yearCovered in PosterP2 Interventions used to promote positive behaviour in health and social careBehaviour plans and functional behaviour plans are prepared to analyse the behaviour ofstaff members and employees within organisation. This plans is based upon certain behaviouralanalysis activities of employees and students. It is a functional assessment which assists positivebehaviour support on the challenging behaviour. It also contains ways to ascertain the abilities ofemployees.Functional behaviour planEmployee:Organisation:StepActionOutcomes1Identify the function of the behaviourDefining the behaviour in measurable termsAchievement of behaviour needs2Opting a replacement behaviourwhat should employee do instant?Analysing the behaviour of successful employeesWhether the behaviour assist employees to meet their needs.3Preparing a guidance planCoordinative behaviour1
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