A Positive Behaviour Support Plan should be informed by functional assessments. People and their families should be as fully involved as possible in developing and reviewing the plan.
A Positive Behaviour Support Plan should include the following elements:
- proactive strategies designed to improve quality of life and remove conditions that promote behaviour that challenges
- identification of environmental adaptations and strategies to support the development of new skills
- preventative (calming) strategies in response to early signs of distress
- reactive strategies to manage behaviours that are not preventable.
This supporting information is also known by these names:
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