CHC43415 English|Behaviours of Concern

QUESTION 1 Research and provide three types of legislation both on a national level and within your state or territory that is related to protecting human rights in disability services
QUESTION 2 Explain the difference between a behaviour of concern and a challenging behaviour. Research and provide an example of each.
QUESTION 3 Research and explain why Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is an effective approach for managing behaviours of concern. 
 QUESTION 4 What are some common immediate response strategies to behaviours of concern or challenging behaviours? Provide at least five examples. 
QUESTION 5 Gary has dementia and lives in an aged care facility. It is 5pm and Colin, one of the care workers, has noticed that Gary has begun pacing up and down, opening and closing doors closing and muttering to himself. He appears to be confused and agitated. He is looking for the way home and can’t find it. Gary is swinging from being distressed to being angry.  What behaviours of concern are notable in this scenario?  What is Colin’s duty of care in this scenario?  What are Gary’s rights?  What strategies should Colin use in response to this behaviour? R UESTION 6 Bailey appears to be extremely intoxicated. This is the third time this week. He is slurring his words, stumbling and confused. He begins to shout at his case manager. He swears at her, telling her that if she doesn’t give him any money he will harm himself.  Describe the types of behaviours of concern Bailey is displaying.  What should the care worker do immediately to ensure the safety of herself and others?  Some instances of
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