Hsc 3045 Essay

2087 WordsMar 26, 20139 Pages
HSC 3045: Promote positive behaviour 1. 1.1 - Explain how legislation,frameworks,codes of practice and policies relating to positive behavior support are applied to own working practice? All aspects of my job are regulated by policies and current legislation,and policies have been designed to cover all aspects of legislation such as the children’s act,which provides a code of practice to enable us to provide the best possible care and support for children and young people,we have inspections from ofsted who ensure we are meeting not only care standards,but also those relating to behaviour and how we encourage positive behaviour is evaluated,I have the responsibility of recording all incidents of behaviour support and these include…show more content…
- Parents/carers will be advised of the situation as soon as possible Social services,if the child concerned is in care their social worker must be informed immediately. Inclusion officer/manager,the child may have a behavior management plan in place,has been involved in a number of challenging behaviour situations or is having their behavior monitored the inclusion manager must be informed so that all appropriate paperwork and records can be completed and updated to ensure the child is receiving the correct support. School governors,the head teacher will report incidents to the governors as they have a responsibility of reviewing school policies and behaviours. 1.5 - Explain why the least restrictive interventions should always be used when dealing with incidents of challenging behavior? - prevent a child from getting injured. - help to promote positive behaviour. - a child’s human dignity should be respected. - will help to avoid the situation escalating and prevent further aggressive behavior. - can help to prevent a break down of relationship. restrictive interventions may be inappropriate for some children, for example those who have been sexually abused. has a higher risk of negative side effects, such as becoming more aggressive or disruptive. - its potential to provoke more
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