Prevention and Support of Behavioral Emergencies

Prevention and Support Class

$55.00
Prevention and Support Class
9.76666666667

Overall Satisfaction

10/10

    Content Quality

    10/10

      Presentation Quality

      10/10

        What makes this class awesome

        • Taught by DDD Lead Instructors
        • Interactive and Engaging Class
        • Small class sizes for individual engagement

        Things to consider

        • Not always appropriate for supporting children under the age of 13

        • What a great place to get your training. Staff is personable, training is far from being boring and the time goes by fast!

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          Time goes Fast!
          Rhoda
        • Took the Article 9 course last night and I was so impressed with Marnie! I would love to attend other courses she teaches if there is any.

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          I was so impressed with Marnie!
          Misty
        • I took article nine and attendant care through this company. Sabrina was such a wonderful instructor! I learned so much. I would definetly take training here again.

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          I would definetly take training here again.
          Erika
        • Took the prevention and support class with Estel today! The class was exceptionally taught and she made sure that all skills were understood. Will be back for other classes in the future! Thanks for making 8 hours move efficiently and leaving us with valuable knowledge gained!

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          Will be back for other classes in the future!
          Amanda
        • Took the prevention and support class today at the Chandler location and LOVED it!! I work nights and was not thrilled with having to function so early in the morning lol but the instructor Chris Garcia made it fun!! The day flew by and all of us students laughed the whole time.. He was great! And a cutie..

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          Took the prevention and support class today at the Chandler location and LOVED it!!
          Rae Ann

        Prevention and Support of Behavior Emergencies teaches DDD approved crisis intervention techniques and focuses on proactive strategies to reduce challenging behaviors BEFORE they happen.

        This class is an in-person 8 hour course.

        Learning Outcomes:

        When you are providing support to an individual who may display challenging behaviors, you will be able to:

        1. Build a positive relationship with the individual, using positive relationship skills.
        2. If an individual you support begins to demonstrate challenging behaviors, you will be able to assist the individual using positive behavior supports to prevent a behavioral emergency.
        3. If an individual you support begins demonstrating a challenging behavior, you will be able to identify if the situation is a behavioral emergency.
        4. When an individual you support is in the middle of a behavioral emergency, you will be able to correctly use emergency physical intervention techniques.*

        *Please note, sometimes “correctly using an emergency physical intervention technique” means recognizing physical intervention is not necessary. Throughout the day, we will be talking about prevention, relationship building, and what is truly an emergency.

        Topics covered in this one day course:

        • Getting to know the person you support
        • Identifying a behavioral emergency
        • Developing a positive relationship with the person you support
        • Emergency physical intervention techniques
        • Behavioral model
        • Support (not control)
        • Positive Roles
        • Preventative Strategies

        This class is physical and does require a skills demonstration. We highly recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothing. (Closed Toed Shoes Required)

        This short clip by Dr. Dan Davidson, BCBA-D, LBA. gives an introduction to teaching functional equivalent replacement behaviors.

         

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