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Old 08-08-2011, 01:47 PM
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General question Unit 115 2.6 evaluate impact of strategies on well-being? HSC 3045 / CYPOP 41

Please help. does anyone know the answer to this? I,ve been staring at it for ages now but my mind is blank. 'Evaluate the impact on an individual's wellbeing of using reactive rather than proactive strategies'
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hi pam
I dont seem to be able to get my head around 3.2 evaluate the effectivness of proactive strategies on mitigating challenging behaviour??
my brain seems to of just stopped now and i do not know where to even start with this one can you help ??? x
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Old 08-22-2011, 09:18 AM
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Default CYPW diploma: CU1571 - HSC 3045 - Unit 115 - CYPOP 41 - promote positive behaviour

This is what I wrote for 2.6
If you use proactive strategies then you can stop the behaviour before it starts. Therefore the child feels calm and relaxed and everyone is happy. If reactive strategies are used then the behaviour has already happened and the child may be experiencing remorse, be ashamed,confused, humiliated about the incident/outburst. Whereas Proactive strategies identify triggers and early indicators that help to stop the behaviour before it starts, reactive strategies deal with the behaviour once itís done.

If house rules or boundaries arenít known then the child wonít know what is expected from them.
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