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Writing Positive Behaviour Support Plans: A Practical Workshop for PBS Practitioners (ADL)
July 18 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm$139.69
This training provides practitioners with the opportunity to learn how to present person-centred PBS plans, ensuring that information is comprehensive, professional and respectful, and accessible to key stakeholders. We will look at some existing plan templates and clinical models, and consider their advantages and disadvantages. We will consider the ‘fit’ between recommended strategies and support plan construction, in efforts to promote best possible outcomes for the individual being supported.
It will include interactive dialogue with both presenters, examples of NDIS support plan templates, examples of clinical plans, and active learning tasks.
Assumed background knowledge and experience of attendees
It is expected that those attending this training have a comprehensive background in PBS (including relevant qualifications or multi-day training in behaviour support intervention), including the assessment process and the implementation of evidence-based practices.
Dr. Alinka Fisher is a Developmental Educator with a background in PBS for individuals with
ASD and acquired brain injury with complex behaviour support needs. Alinka completed her
PhD in PBS, during which she developed and trialled the FAB-PBS program. Alinka coordinates
and lectures in PBS within the Bachelor of Developmental Education, Flinders University. She
is an active researcher in this field and a regular presenter at national and international
conferences. Alinka is also the Chair of the PBS Community of Practice in SA and provides PBS
consultation in the disability sector, including professional development workshops for staff and
Dr. Glenn Kelly is a Psychologist with 20 years of experience in supporting clients, families,
and service providers affected by neurobehavioral disorders. He has extensive experience
providing behaviour support to assist people to live successfully in their communities. His
clinical work involves direct therapeutic approaches with clients, behaviour support interventions
for families and support staff, and tertiary advice regarding service development. Glenn is active
in research and a regular presenter at national and international workshops and conferences.
PBS_WRITING_PD_Flyer_2019 – This WS is a repeat of the workshop being held on Mon 17th July 2019.