People with a learning disabilities can have challenging behaviour. Dealing with the person's behaviour can be stressful, but you don't have to tackle it alone.
The person can behave in ways that are difficult to deal with, for example, having tantrums, kicking or throwing things. In children with learning disabilities, this behaviour can be more frequent and extreme. This is often because they can't express what they want or feel at the time.
The Learning Disability Behaviour Intervention Training Course will enable staff to manage a range of difficult behaviour.
The aims of this training course are for learners to understand
Why is it needed?
Holding or physical intervention?
Last resort procedures
What is a planned physical intervention?
Planned interventions (supervision)
Recording information, what else should be recorded?
Recording planned physical intervention strategies
Unplanned physical intervention