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This badge relates to chapter 9 of the Positive Behaviour Support e-Book and will introduce PBS plans and explain what should be in a good PBS plan. It will describe the different type of strategies within a PBS plan, and these will link to earlier chapters in this book.
The aim of this chapter is to ensure you know about the types of strategies that should be in a good PBS plan. It is also important to understand the difference between proactive and reactive strategies.
To be awarded this badge, you must:
Please write a short reflective account of between 200 and 300 words about what you think the benefits might be of having a good PBS plan implemented effectively.
Consider the benefits for the following:
the person being supported
staff and colleagues
family and other carers
Why is it important to include a range of proactive strategies in a person’s PBS plan?
Share your ideas with a colleague or at a team meeting and note any responses or feedback you got. Attach this note to your application for this badge.
Submit this along with learning activities 24-25 from this chapter to apply for the open badge for this chapter.
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I confirm that I have read, understood and completed all the activities listed in the badge criteria and that each question from the criteria is answered in the evidence I have provided. My evidence has been written or recorded by me and I have not copied it from anywhere or anyone else. I understand that it will take 28 days for you to assess my application and that feedback cannot be provided if my application is unsuccessful.
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