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Old 03-01-2012, 10:07 PM
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Default Explain when restrictive interventions may and may not be used?

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can anyone help with this please this is what I have put so far which I have linked into - define what is meant by restrictive interventions

Restrictive Intervention: the act of any intervention which restricts a person’s right and freedom of movement. Restrictive intervention can be in forms such as;

Social intervention – where harmful or destructive behaviour can be contained and moderated with the use of language including facial expressions and words, this intervention may be and should be used as a primary action.

Mechanical intervention – the use of devices to prevent or contain a person’s movement such as highchairs, stair gates, barrier erection, locked doors.

Physical intervention – using actual bodily contact which should only be used with clear justification and in guidance of the settings policies and procedures and staff training. Physical intervention may only be used upon ensuring safeguards are in place for the member of staff and also the person involved and when social and mechanical intervention is not sufficient . Moderate risk to prevent danger to others should be expected but physical intervention may not be used if there is a substantial risk of injury or it conflicts with any individual care plans in place.

Planned Intervention - using evidence from observations, assessments, care plans and risk assessments. A planned intervention may be ensuring that a member of staff sits with a child at group times to support, facilitate and moderate their behaviour towards the other children.

Emergency intervention – actions taken to diffuse/deflect unpredicted events

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Default CYPOP 41 - Unit 115 promoting positive behaviour - restrictive interventions

reads nicely :)

This page of the challenging behaviour website will help more. Smart new look for their site there is also a page dedicated to physical intervention.


More about the least restrictive principle: http://www.silkysteps.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13219

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This CYPW level 3 diploma unit's information: HSC 3045 is also known as CYPOP 41 or Unit 115 promote positive behaviour
For general interest the information below is from CYPOP 41 unit Promote positive behaviour:

Meanings for : antecedent, behaviour and consequences
Antecedent is what happens before the behaviour
Behaviour is the actions that are perceived as challenging behaviour or unwanted
Consequences are what happened as a result of the behaviour

Least restrictive principle is an approach or policy title that a reflects the ethos of a setting in wanting to provide as many unrestricted opportunities as possible. Least restrictive principle will have set procedures/proactive strategies for helping children deal with their behaviour in an ongoing way and reactively for helping them to understand what happened preceeding an incident/display of less appropriate behaviour.

CYP 3.2 or Unit 024 Promote Child and Young Person Development
Outcome 5 Be able to support children and young people’s positive behaviour
Supporting positive behaviour may include:
• Least restrictive principle
• Reinforcing positive behaviour
• Modelling/positive culture
• Looking for reasons for inappropriate behaviour and adapting responses
• Individual behaviour planning
• Phased stages
• Planning interventions to reduce inappropriate behaviour
• Deescalate and diversion
• Containment
• Following management plans
• Boundary setting and negotiation
• Supporting children and young people’s reflection on and management of own behaviour
• Anti-bullying strategies
• Time out (following up to date guidance)
• Use of physical intervention (following up to date guidance)

LDSSMP 2 or Unit 073 Support Children and Young People to Make Positive Changes in their Lives. Outcome 2 - Be able to support children and young people to make positive changes in their lives

Interventions may include:
• Learning and development support
• Anger management
• Behaviour support classes
• Restorative justice
• Support to address substance misuse
• Support to address mental health issues

Action plan that may include:
• identify the positive changes the child/young person needs to achieve
• identify the barriers to achievement
• identify achievable and realistic goals for the child/young person to achieve
• identify the interventions required

The explanation for physical intervention given in England's EYFS 2008 pg 27 is:
Physical intervention should only be used to manage a child’s behaviour if it is necessary to prevent personal injury to the child, other children or an adult, to prevent serious damage to property, or in what would reasonably be regarded as exceptional circumstances. Any occasion where physical intervention is used to manage a child’s behaviour should be recorded and parents should be informed about it on the same day.

The explanation for physical intervention given in England's EYFS 2012 pg 24 is:
Physical intervention is where practitioners use reasonable force to prevent children from injuring themselves or others or damaging property.

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