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Unread 09-11-2011, 03:07 PM
Vicky1993 Vicky1993 is offline
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Help SOS 3045 promote positive behaviour - Complex feelings, dignity, respect and checking for injuries?

Hate this unit why did i ever choose this

Got through quite a bit, but starting to hit a wall here, any help would be appreciated

4.3. Explain the steps that are taken to maintain the dignity of and respect for an individual when responding to an incident of challenging behaviour.

5.3 Descrive the complex feelings that may be experienced by others involved or withnessing an incident of challenging behaviour.

5.5. Describe the steps that should be taken to check for injuries following an incident of challenging behaviour.

and can someone confirm with me that 3.3 highlight, priase and support positive aspects of an individuals behaviour to reinforce positive behaviour, is actually a knowledge question? my assessor highlighted it but i swear that sounds like something to be observed :sorry:

again, any help, i will literally love you forever and ever im dying on my bum on this unit :P


HSC 3045 - Unit 115 - CYPOP 41- Unit CU1571 - promote positive behaviour
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Unread 11-08-2011, 12:17 AM
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Children must always be treated with dignity and respect. This may be difficult when their behaviour is threatening to their peers or members of staff but it underlines the need for planning and adopting well thought-out strategies where members of staff are enabled to intervene positively.

Following an incident in which restrictive physical interventions are employed, both children and staff should be given separate opportunities to talk about what happened in a safe and calm environment, when everyone involved has regained their composure. These interviews should be designed to discover exactly what happened and the effects on those involved, and should be carried out by the line manger of the staff involved. There must also be an interview with those with parental responsibility
The interview should not be used to apportion blame or punish those involved; (if however there is clear evidence that a member of staff used force which was excessive and against agreed guidelines the line manager needs to record carefully the views of everyone concerned for possible disciplinary action).
Prompt medical attention should be given to any child or member of staff involved if significant injury or distress has been experienced. Carers and/or family members of a child should be informed of any incident and invited to contribute their views.
The line manager of the staff involved should ensure that all paperwork, including any necessary assault/incident reporting documentation, is completed accurately and in a timely manner and a de-briefing given to all those involved and other relevant individuals.
Staff must be encouraged to report truthfully and accurately all information they have in relation to an incident where physical intervention has taken place. It is their responsibility to share any concerns they have about actions taken with their line manager, and to raise with line managers and other professionals and carers if a child’s behaviour is changing so as to require increasing interventions.

When you support a child through an incident of challenging behaviour you may go through a ’fight or flight’ response (a release of adrenaline and other chemicals) and experience some other emotions (fear, anger).
After the incident you may feel tired and upset. It is important to talk to someone else about what has happened.

The child should be checked over by a member of staff who was not involved in the incident of challenging behaviour. Immediate action should be taken to ensure medical help is sought if there are any injuries which require more than basic first aid. At our school all injuries should be reported and recorded using the schools systems.
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Thanks Bellaliccy.. very helpful ...
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