june, 2021

08jun(jun 8)8:15 am09(jun 9)4:30 pmEvent OverBehaviour Support: What does it mean?IMPROVED RELATIONSHIPS - Unpacking the Behaviour Support Process and Practical Application


Event Details

When: 8th and 9th June 2021 (Tuesday and Wednesday)

Time: 8.15am Registrations / 8.30am start – 4.30pm finish

Venue: Pagoda Resort & Spa 

Suitable for: Support workers, support coordinators and parents


  • Day 1 attendance only: $240.00 (early bird prior to 27th May) $300 (standard price)
  • Day 1 & 2 attendance: $480.00 (early bird prior to 27th May) $550 (standard price)

Tickets close Thursday 3rd June 2021


  • All workshop materials
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea


Day One – Monday

Title: Understanding the Behaviour Support Funding


  • To develop understanding on the key principles underpinning supporting one’s need (or what we see ‘behaviours’)
  • To develop understanding of the science behind what happens when one’s need is not met and it’s contributing factors
  • To develop understanding of roles and responsibilities towards the person we support
  • To build a flexible hypothesis towards the reason behind one’s behaviours
  • To identify ways to gather information and to measure outcomes of improved relationships
  • To develop understanding of regulated restrictive practices and the implications towards the person, families, communities and implementing providers
  • To develop understanding of the role of the Behaviour Support Practitioners and the responsibilities of the implementing providers to meet NDIS Quality and Safeguarding requirements


Day Two – Tuesday (must also complete day one)

Title: Practical application when working with children/adults


  • To build skills in dynamic risk assessment to ensure safety of the person, self and others
  • To build skills in monitoring our bodily reactions and how we response towards the behaviour of concerns
  • To develop skills in identifying proactive strategies to best meet the needs of the person
  • To develop understanding of how restrictive practice affects the person
  • To obtain practical skills to regain personal safety while ensuring the safety of the person and others in high stress and risky situations
  • To obtain strategies to build skills in supporting restoration and recovery post incident/crisis


8 (Tuesday) 8:15 am - 9 (Wednesday) 4:30 pm


Pagoda Hotel And Spa

112 Melville Parade, Como WA 6152


Calm and Connectedcontact@calmandconnected.com.au 19B Erade Drive Piara Waters

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