Discussions on social media around education are always an interesting experience. There are lots of issues raised around the use of punishments, exclusions and ‘management of behaviour’. Most shockingly was a recent post that analysed exclusions from schools to find that a very high proportion of these within the UK were from specialist schools. In […]
Photo courtesy of Rebecca Hurst Author: Natalie Savage BCBA. So, January is over today. We are done with the dark, grey and gloomiest month, but I’ve just finished a really productive and positive meeting this morning and thought; actually, this has been a really good month for me professionally and personally. I have worked hard […]
Adults and children with disabilities can be at greater risk of presenting with behaviours that challenge (Department of Health Nice Guidelines: Challenging Behaviour and Learning Disabilities 2015). There are widely recognised reasons for this additional vulnerability, such as the environment not meeting the person’s communication or independent skill needs. Due to the nature of behaviours […]
Written by Kate Strutt For parents and teachers of pupils with special educational needs, understanding why a behaviour of concern occurs is the first step towards finding a behaviour solution; there is a reason for all behaviours we display. This might not make sense at first especially if you see a child behaving in a […]
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