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What You Will Learn In This Workshop
Choice Making – making choices is a fundamental right that most people take for granted. Opportunities for choice-making can have beneficial behavioural effects, including an increased engagement level and improved behaviour.
Communication/AAC– being able to communicate contributes to self-determination and can impact positively on behaviours of concern. Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC) includes a variety of methods used to supplement or replace speech.
Emotional Regulation/self-regulation – there are a variety of methods that can assist someone to respond to emotions appropriately.
Fading – planning to ‘fade’ prompts is often overlooked by staff. This can lead to learners/people with disability becoming prompt dependant. This reliance on prompts leads to a lack of independence.
Self-Instruction – assists learners to plan, organise and evaluate their own learning. The process includes five distinct steps and aids, in particular, learners that are easily distracted. [Read more…]