Why do they do that? Understanding and responding to challenging behaviour (Frankston) - Session 1

October 18, 2018
9:30 am - 2:30 pm

Please note that this training session is completely full and we are no longer taking registrations.

Everyone does what they do for a reason. This program will give insight into how behaviour can be understood as a form of communication. Set over two half-day sessions, it teaches skilled and positive ways to respond to children and young people when their behaviour concerns or challenges you following the research-based Positive Behaviour Support approach.

During this session you will:

  • learn strategies to increase safety, health and happiness of children and young people in care
  • understand different types of concerning behaviours and their possible meanings
  • learn how to respond to concerning behaviours and assist in the recovery of children affected by loss and grief, trauma and attachment issues
  • understand how to spot warning signs of mental health problems and respond appropriately

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This training is hosted by OzChild.

The dates for the series are Thursday 18 and 25 October 2018. Please note if you register for the first session it is assumed you will be attending the second unless you specify otherwise by emailing carerkafe@fcav.org.au.

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