positive behaviour support

Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Network – RESEARCH MONDAY

You are invited to: Narelle McCaffrey’s Masters Proposal Presentation on Monday the 23rd of April 2018. Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for Individuals with Disabilities living in Community Settings: A Systematic Review. The Presentation will be held between 9.30 – 10.30am in Room S407A, South Wing, Sturt Campus. See Masters Proposal Flyer_Monday 23 April 2018 for details. …

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Positive Practice Framework for behaviour support practitioners in Victoria

Positive Practice Framework for behaviour support practitioners in Victoria. The framework has recently been reviewed and updated in light of Victoria’s transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and to ensure currency of references and practice. The updated framework reflects the Department of Health and Human Services’  commitment to ensuring that people with a disability …

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MHPN – Positive Behaviour Support in a Mental Health Context -19 April

Coordinators: Guest Speaker Tina Sharkie and Louise Butler Dr Alinka Fisher, Associate Lecturer at Flinders University Dr Alinka Fisher is an Associate Lecturer at Flinders University, and Chair of the PBS Community of Practice in SA. She began her career as a Developmental Educator, with a background in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) …

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Developmental Educators and Positive Behaviour Support

Fran Whiteley, Senior Developmental Educator with scosa has created a short video about her work in the positive behaviour support area. Fran explains how, as a Developmental Educator, she explores the function of a particular behaviour, develops rapport with the young person, and then collaborates to develop a behaviour support plan. Great video Fran! http://scosa.com.au/positive-behaviour-support