Positive Behaviour Support Online Courses

Nationally accredited, self-paced online learning for parents, educators, childcare, youth, allied health and disability staff. Each course will equip you with a toolkit of practical evidence based strategies to help the individual you support achieve better communication, social, emotional, behavioural and learning outcomes.

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)

Each child with ASD presents with unique needs that when unmet can result in them exhibiting behaviours that can disrupt their participation and that of others. Without the necessary knowledge and tools, it can often find it difficult to meet the needs of their children effectively. Does this sound familiar?  

 

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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOURS

When one or more children begin to persistently exhibit aggressive behaviours, the climate can change dramatically for everyone. A considerable amount of time and energy can be spent on the children showing aggressive behaviours. These behaviours can become a principal source of frustration, stress and annoyance for everyone. Does this sound familiar?

 

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GUIDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL REGULATION SKILLS

Some children have difficulty with identifying, expressing and managing their emotions in healthy and socially appropriate ways. Difficulties with emotional regulation is associated with challenging behaviours, which puts the child and others around at risk. The child needs emoitional coaching that provides explicit, systematic and direct instruction to develop these critical lifelong skills.

 

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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH ANXIETY

Some children experience problematic anxiety. The persistent and prolonged fear and worry can negatively affect how they function academically, socially and behaviourally.  Supporting the child can leave us feeling overwhelmed, unprepared and unsure of how to respond. Does this sound familiar?

 

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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH OPPOSITIONAL, DEFIANT BEHAVIOURS

Children who have a pattern of oppositional and defiant behaviours such as arguing with authority figures, refusing to comply with a rule or request, or blaming someone else for their behaviour can leave us feeling frustrated, stressed and uncertain about how to suppport and respond to the child.  Does this sound familiar?   

 

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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

Without adequate knowledge and skills we can spend a considerable amount of time , effortand energy on the instructional and behavioural management of children with ADHD with little success. It can leave us feeling stressed, frustrated, or exhuasted. Does this sound familiar?

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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Telephone: 0423 293 254

Email: dolly@behaviourhelp.com

Hours: M-F: 8am - 5pm