Positive Behaviour Support Planning

Positive Behaviour
Support Planning

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

Positive Behaviour Support – Let’s Plan is a step-by-step interactive guide aimed at level 3 within positive behaviour support, for individuals with intensive support needs.

Useful to Individuals who want to learn how to produce a support plan and for people involved in the gathering of information used within the support plan.

Join Coach Carnall as he places himself inside a Support Plan, teleporting himself from column to column with his unique, down to earth, humorous and award-winning training style.

Topics include:

  1. Column by column, easy to follow, explanations
  2. Regular time outs to complete each section, step by step.
  3. Internal and external triggers.
  4. Explanation of early warning signs.
  5. Why include diagnosis details? Confabulation
  6. Why include medication details?
  7. Four S.E.T.S of functional needs
  8. Types of support strategies

Primary Proactive – Secondary De-escalation – Tertiary Reactive

  1. Examples for each support strategy

10.Knowledge check on support strategies.

Don’t forget to download our blank Support Plan template from our resources tab.

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Positive Behaviour Support Training (PBS)

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a systematic approach to understanding and changing behaviour. It is based on the belief that all behaviour is learned and that it can be changed through positive reinforcement and environmental modifications.

PBS is a comprehensive approach that involves:

  • Identifying the function of the behaviour: The first step in PBS is to identify the function of the behaviour. This means understanding why the person is behaving in the way they are. For example, is the behaviour a way of getting attention, avoiding something, or expressing needs?
  • Developing a behaviour support plan: Once the function of the behaviour has been identified, a behaviour support plan can be developed. This plan will outline the specific strategies that will be used to change the behaviour. The plan should be individualized to the specific needs of the person and the setting in which the behaviour occurs.
  • Implementing the behaviour support plan: The behaviour support plan should be implemented consistently and in a timely manner. It is important to monitor the plan’s effectiveness and make adjustments as needed.
  • Evaluating the behaviour support plan: The effectiveness of the behaviour support plan should be evaluated on a regular basis. This will help to ensure that the plan is meeting the needs of the person and that it is being implemented as intended.

PBS is a flexible approach that can be used to address a variety of challenging behaviours. It is important to note that PBS does not involve punishment. Instead, it focuses on positive reinforcement and environmental modifications to help people learn new behaviours and replace challenging behaviours with more appropriate ones.

Here are some of the benefits of using PBS:

  • It is effective in reducing challenging behaviour: PBS has been shown to be effective in reducing challenging behaviour in a variety of settings, including schools, homes, and community settings.
  • It is a positive approach to behaviour change: PBS focuses on positive reinforcement and environmental modifications, rather than punishment. This can help to create a more positive and supportive environment for everyone involved.
  • It is individualized: PBS is individualized to the specific needs of the person and the setting in which the behaviour occurs. This ensures that the plan is more likely to be effective.
  • It is a collaborative approach: PBS involves collaboration between the person, their family, and other professionals. This can help to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that the plan is implemented as intended.

If you are concerned about a person’s behaviour, PBS may be a helpful approach. It is important to talk to a qualified professional to discuss whether PBS is right for the individual and to develop a personalized behaviour support plan.