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kaykay1234
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behaviour support model

Post by kaykay1234 » Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:49 pm

Some guidance please :)


Which behaviour support model do you think would be most effective when developing a personalised behaviour support plan? Why


The Cognitive Behaviour Model is the most effective when developing a personalised behaviour support plan as it states that plans based on this model promotes self control and independence.

When creating a personal behaviour support plan the aim of the plan is to help the child/young person to have self control and to find strategies to calm the child, etc.The cognitive model view children/young people as independent people who have thoughts and feelings that might effect their behaviour.

Using this model as a guide for the personalised behaviour support plan is effective as it encourages independence for the child/young person to independently complete a task or activity without having an outburst.

As a result the model also incorporates self esteem, development, class, and motivations which can benefit the child/young person.
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Re: behaviour support model

Post by Lorina » Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:58 pm

Great very informative!

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