Unit 27 Dealing with Challenging Behaviour Introduction Unit

Unit 27 Dealing with Challenging Behaviour Introduction Unit

Unit 27 Dealing with Challenging Behaviour Introduction Unit Aims Explores causes and types of challenging behaviour. Understanding triggers Understanding the different ways of dealing

with challenging behaviour. Exploring the legislation and guidance in relation to challenging behaviour. Unit Objectives 1. To know the potential causes and effects of challenging behaviour. 2. Understand legislation and guidance concerned with challenging behaviour.

3. Be able to contribute to the development of a strategy for dealing with challenging behaviour. Unit 27 P1/M1 Create a poster for display on the notice board in your workplace that describes the types and possible causes of challenging behaviour in service users within a Health and

Social Care setting. Your poster should clearly reflect the types of challenging behaviour and possible causes M1 Using a case example from practice to illustrate your answer, present a short report which discusses the characteristics of one type of challenging behaviour. To achieve the M1 grade you should choose one

service user who you have experience of working with and who presents challenging behaviour within the workplace. You should discuss, in your example, the specific characteristics of the challenging behaviour that they present and any possible causes. Confidentiality Make sure details that could directly or indirectly identify a service user, staff member

or organisation are changed. Be aware that if you dont mention any names it doesnt mean that the person cant be identified Individually complete this sentence: I believe challenging or disruptive behaviour to be .. Then with the person next to you come up

with a sentence or a group of words that describe challenging behaviour to you What is Challenging Behaviour? Culturally abnormal behaviour(s) of such an intensity, frequency or duration that the physical safety of the person or others is likely to be placed in serious jeopardy, or behaviour which is likely to seriously limit use of, or

result in the person being denied access to, ordinary community facilities. Emerson,(1 995, 2001,): Behaviours that people find challenging can: Put a persons safety at risk Disrupt peoples home life

Stop a person taking part in ordinary social, educational and leisure activities Affect a persons development and their ability to learn Previous terms Previously used terms included behavioural disturbance, problem behaviour, maladaptive behaviour, aberrant behaviour

and behavioural abnormalities An important thought is that instead of responding to the person we typically react to the behaviour that they are presenting Behaviour can be described as challenging when it is of such an intensity, frequency or duration as to threaten the quality of life and/ or the physical safety of the individual or

others and is likely to lead to responses that are restrictive, aversive or result in exclusion Royal College of Psychiatrists Report (2007) [online] accessed 02.11.11 But .. Difficult behaviours are messages which can tell us important things about a person and the quality of his or her life

Pitonyak (2007), Royal College of Psychiatrists College Report, Case Study information Individually read the case study information you have been provided with. In small groups complete the grid provided and identify: 1. 2.

3. 4. What type of challenging behaviour is the person displaying? What could be a possible cause or trigger for the challenging behaviour? What, if any, do you think the responses have been from people supporting the person to their challenging behaviour. What do you think the consequences of the behaviour are to

the individual? Tony Osgood, the Tizard Centre. Royal College of Psychiatrists, British Psychological Society and Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

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