The report must provide detailed information such as all people involved, time, date, witnesses and location. All these details must be kept safe in the main office. A record of this behavior will be recorded in the daily activities log and could be referred to at any time. If the behavior continues a behavior chart could be used to help track the re- occurrence of incidents. 5: The least possible restrictive intervention should always be used when dealing with challenging behavior as the intervention may increase the challenging behavior its self and not help resolve the situation.
The least possible restrictive intervention will reduce the risk of harm to everyone involved also and also prevent the restrictive intervention being used as a form of abuse. 6: Safeguards must be in-place before restrictive physical interventions are used, some of these safeguards are; Fully trained staff only to practice restrictive physical intervention, All other options used first before any intervention, one individual to co- ordinate the intervention and make the area safe before attempting the intervention and Record all incidents of intervention.
These safeguards will help protect all information can be used in future reviews or investigations. Outcome 2 1: Reactive strategies are put into action when responding to an incident that has begun or has happened. Proactive strategies are preventative measures to help stop incidents beginning. 2: Reactive strategies are ICP techniques that help protect support workers from physical assault. Crisis prevention techniques help stop individuals having an incident by defusing a potentially confrontational situation.
Proactive strategies involve understanding the individuals Ewing supported, knowing what situations are likely to start an incident, make them agitated or aggressive. Confrontation can be avoided Just by observing how the individual interacts with other individuals around. When needed staff could simply interact with them and help them become distracted or guide them away from something that may put them at risk. 3: It is best for support staff to learn the behavior patterns of the individuals they are supporting, knowing what things or situations irritate the individual will help keep them safe.
Knowing what triggers the individual to become challenging can elf staff to deal with the individual more quickly, this gives them more time to also help calm them down safely. 4: Using a person-centered approach whilst planning strategies to be used for an individual is the best way for these strategies to be successful. The individuals needs and preferences will help the strategies work best for them and also help build trust between staff and the individual. 5: Promoting positive behavior can help the individual not only grow in confidence but make them feel good about their positive behavior.
It can also help prevent incidents or negative behavior happening. 6: Individuals that feel comfortable with routine may experience distress if they are not able to carry out those routines. They may become aggressive towards people very quickly and any positive relations with that individual may brake down. Outcome 3 1: A range of factors could be associated with challenging behaviors, factors such as the individual could be in pain, feeling the effects of drugs, not having enough sleep all could be contributing to challenging behavior. : Monitoring closely how an individuals behavior changes as a result of strategy UT in place for them is very important, the strategy could be having a negative all. It it important that the strategies are beneficial to the individuals well being. 3: A good way of building trust with an individual you support is to involve them in activities, always give positive feedback when they are showing positive behavior. Rewarding positive behavior will help reinforce that behavior.
Outcome 4 1 : Challenging behavior can be displayed in many forms such sexual actions, becoming violent, throwing objects or being verbally abusive. 2: The training support workers undertake helps prepare them to identify and deal tit any situations involving agitated individuals whose behavior, if not supported correctly, could escalate into a serious incident. The support worker will quickly offer reassurance to the individual whilst trying to find out what is coursing them distress.
Only if the individual is displaying immediate risk of injury to themselves, others or property will the support worker intervene. This intervention will be carried out with the minimum of distress to the individual identified. The intervention must be pointed out to the individual in a way they can understand before it happens, this ill give the individual the chance to change their actions before the intervention takes place. 3: If an individual is agitated or showing signs of challenging behavior then they are best being addressed in a non-confrontational manner.
This can be achieved by speaking calmly towards the person, speak in a quiet manner and adapt a non aggressive open body posture. Removing the audience can help calm a person down it also gives them a one to one experience which may allow them to explain what’s wrong. The support worker must respect the individuals views and opinion this will elf the support worker understand the nature of the persons grievance. Only when all communication with the person fails to end the the challenging behavior or if they are at risk to them selves or others will intervention strategies be put in place.
This intervention will be carried out with the minimum of distress to the individual identified. Outcome 5 2: The individual will be somewhere they feel comfortable and safe only then will the incident be spoken about, this will be done in the style of general conversation with the person and only when they are in a calm settled state. The challenging behavior will be pointed out to the individual by the support worker, they will ask them why they felt the need to act in such a manner.
It will be explained to them the full effects there behavior will have had on other people around them. The consequences or the individuals actions will be explained to them in as non- be asked for their opinion and how they feel about the incident they caused, the support worker will try to find common ground when talking about what to do in the future when a smiles incident is about to happen this will help stop the incident repeating. Ask the person to think a