Positive Behaviour Support (PBS): 3-day workshop (SA 2021)

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Overview This event is to be held in Adelaide, South Australia. It is pitched at PBS practitioners, team leaders, and allied health practitioners. For successful PBS to occur, senior practitioners need the skills to conduct a comprehensive functional behaviour assessment and develop data-based PBS plans with the primary goal of improving the quality of life […]

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Positive Behaviour Support (PBS): 3-day workshop (SA 2021)

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Dr Alinka Fisher and Dr Glenn Kelly will be holding a 3 day workshop on PBS in Adelaide in February 2021. Topics of the workshop include: Functional behaviour assessment Functional analysis Environmental strategies Responsive strategies Maintenance and generalisation Evaluating interventions PBS written plans PBS as a collaborative approach Crisis management, risk management Restrictive practices are […]

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Association for Positive Behaviour Support Australia website now live

The Association for Positive Behaviour Support Australia (APBSA) aims to improve the access to and scope of PBIS (Positive Behaviour Interventions and Support) implementation across Australia. This is being achieved through a cooperative approach that promotes innovation, the sharing of information and resources across and between university and school sectors. APBSA connects nationally and internationally […]

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Trauma Informed Support Films by NDS Zero Tolerance

The NDS Zero Tolerance initiative have released their Trauma Informed Support Films. You can access these here and the vimeo links are included below: Film 1 – Understanding Trauma: https://vimeo.com/395869419 Film 2 – What is Trauma Informed Support?: https://vimeo.com/395870408 Film 3 –A Trauma Informed Approach to Positive Behaviour Support:https://vimeo.com/395866704 Film 4 – How Can Organisations Embed a Trauma […]

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3-day Intermediate Workshop for PBS Practitioners (SA)

Presented by by Dr. Alinka Fisher & Dr. Glenn Kelly Overview This event is to be held in Adelaide, South Australia. It is pitched at PBS practitioners, team leaders, and allied health practitioners. For successful PBS to occur, senior practitioners need the skills to conduct a comprehensive functional behaviour assessment and develop data-based PBS plans […]

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Congratulations to Dr Alinka Fisher

The DEAI warmly congratulates Dr Alinka Fisher, Associate Lecturer at Flinders University (Disability and Developmental Education) and Chair, PBS Community of Practice, for receiving a 2019 College of Nursing & Health Sciences ‘Teaching Excellence Award’. The Award was received for her work in Positive Behaviour Support and, more specifically, for the selection criteria relating to the […]

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Research opportunity for PBS Practitioners/Supervisors in SA, through Flinders University – “Evaluating and monitoring the quality of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) plans for individuals living with disabilities”

Flinders University is undertaking research entitled “Evaluating and monitoring the quality of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) plans for individuals living with disabilities.” As you are aware, PBS is the recommended framework for supporting individuals who present with behaviours of concern (BOC), with the primary goal of improving an individual’s quality of life through skill development […]

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NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission information sessions

The NDIS Commission Website is now available at www.ndiscommission.gov.au where you will also find additional resources. We will build on this information over time. The NDIS Commission along with SA Government will be running a series of Behaviour Support Information sessions for both specialist behaviour support practitioners and implementing providers 18 and 19 June 2018. […]

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3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training 19-21 June

This 3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training is offered through a collaboration between the DEAI, Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability(asid-SA Chapter) and Flinders University. It is for Professional and Clinical staff with existing experience in delivering PBS, and who are looking to further consolidate their skills. You will be provided with a range of PBS tools and work toward […]

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