An event exploring positive approaches to behaviours that challenge.
This practical and informative event explored innovative ways of working with children and young people with a learning disability, autism or other additional needs whose behaviour we find challenging.
The day encouraged all attendees to look at their own practices and to learn new tools and techniques to prevent, recognise and respond to behaviour that challenges.
Building partnerships with education, health and social care.
Central to help avoid and reduce behaviours that challenge is understanding and recognising restrictive practice. Believe in every child examined what we mean by restrictive practice and included an overview of the Welsh Government’s statement on Reducing Restrictive Practice.
Presentations and work-sessions facilitated by
- Welsh Government
- University of South Wales
- Bangor University
- Abertawe Bro Morganwg University Health Board