Suggest Strategies to Minimise Effects of Challenging Behaviour in Health and Social Care Settings

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Unit 27
Assignment 3
In this assignment the author will suggest strategies to minimise effects of challenging behaviour in health and social care settings P3. The author will then discuss strategies used to minimise the effects of one type of challenging behaviour in health and social care settings M3. Finally evaluate these strategies for dealing with this one type of behaviour D1.
P3
In health and social care settings challenging behaviour can arise daily or rarely but challenging behaviour takes many forms and is a certainty that health professionals working in the health and social care setting will experience challenging behaviour in their line of work.
When challenging behaviour is present or arises there are many strategies
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This encourages the child to continue the positive behaviour and they will be rewarded with positive attention and something for example as a toy or treat.
Another strategy that has been developed for dealing with challenging behaviour is person-centred planning. Person centred planning is used in a variety of health and social care setting with service users of all ages from cradle to grave. It is used in elderly care homes to provide the best care for that individual and within families that have children of different ages to help parents give children the best care possible and it is used for individuals with physical impairments such as Down’s Syndrome.
Person-centred planning is used to support an individual based on their needs placing that individuals at the centre of a service/s. This is done to ensure that any individual using a service is always fully involved in decisions that may affect any or all aspects of their lives.
This is achieved by embarking on a process that continually listens, learns and focuses on what is important to someone in
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