Behaviour Support Plan (Format C) Overview and Planning Name of…Behaviour Support Plan (Format C)Overview and Planning Name of child: Plan developed by: Age at observation: List of Stakeholders involved. List the centre’s Policies and Procedures you consulted in relation to guiding behaviour. General information about child. (Family, culture, environment, Their beliefs about behaviour and their child’s social groups etc.) Summary of pre-existing information used. (Main points e.g. educators past observations, speech therapy program) Social environment inside and outside the service impacting development. Inside Outside Consider the Phoenix Cups approach which are based on Choice Theory and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (Mastery Cup, Freedom Cup, Fun Cup, Safety Cup, Connection Cup)Identify the cups you feel are dominant and the ones the child may need more support with. Give a reason for your choice. Dominant Support/Needs Identify three strategies you could implement to support this child’s most needed cups. Identify one strategy you would use to meet genuine relationships needs of this child. Identify one strategy you would use to develop self-regulation, positive self-concept and self-esteem. Identify one strategy you would use to build resilience with this child. Critical reflection of the information gathered in addition to your observations In one paragraph identify the priority for this child in relation to self-regulation and the development of Pro-Social Skills. Please consider the holistic approach including the use of relationship-based guidance strategies, potential changes to the physical and social environment, and emotional needs of the child. Is the behaviour demonstrated by the child developmentally appropriate? Give a reason for your answer. Identify how your own life experiences and ideologies on perspectives about children’s behaviour will influence your relationship with this child and the development of the plan. What are the impacts of this child’s behaviour on other children? Identify two strategies you would use to respond to the needs of other children. You are one of the educators working with a group of 25 kinder aged children at Safe Haven Early Learning Centre. At Safe Haven, there is a very strong focus on inclusion and including children’s voices in the program. Meet Bob. Bob is now five (5) years old. He just started going to Safe Haven. You get to know Bob’s interests and goals, and you along with your peers help create an environment that is welcoming for Bob in his transition to a new kinder. You do this by creating experiences and activities that stem from Bob’s interests and likes. Bob settles into the new environment easily in a matter of two weeks. It has been three (3) months and you have observed Bob to demonstrate behaviours of concern including hyperactivity and aggressive and oppositional behaviour. The main areas of concern with Bob’s behaviour are: ? Biting ? Head butting ? Throwing ? Climbing Throughout the three (3) months since Bob has started, there have been a number of behaviours that have been a cause for concern and have resulted in injuries to staff. In addition to those above, these have included: ? Head banging ? Dropping to the floor ? Making his body rigid and not moving ? Pinching ? Scratching Some of the triggers for these behaviours have been identified as: ? Seeking adult attention and time? Determination to get something he wants – any toy or distraction in the room ? Overstimulation/overexcitement ? New people ? New situations ? Things happening out of routine ? Loud noises Physically Bob is very strong and is very determined; when he sees something he wants he will persistently go for it, though he can be easily distracted. Bob has limited communication skills, using one word utterances and pictures and symbols, which are strongest in his areas of interest, e.g. words like ‘ball’, ‘blue’, ‘bus’, ‘home’, etc. He enjoys using his range of vocabulary with staff when prompted and can easily be distracted when his attention is directed early enough. You want what’s best for Bob and believe that he will benefit greatly from early intervention, however this discussion has not yet been had with Bob’s parents. Many of the educators in your room are new to the industry and are anxious about bringing this up with his parents. Family background: Bob lives with his parents and two younger sisters. His older brother was taken away and placed in foster care before Bob was born. Health records/issues: There is a history of drug abuse in Bob’s family. Bob has not seen a maternal health nurse since he was 1 years old. Bob has never been assessed for behaviour or for developmental delays before. Support/influences outside of school: Bob’s family used to have support from social services however their case has been closed for 6 months. PLEASE ANSWER Behaviour Support Plan (Format C) Overview and Planning TEMPLATES: Social ScienceSociology PSY CHCECE045
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