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What Does The Positive Behaviour Support Service Do?

Wednesday, July 6th, 2022

Positive Behaviour Support Service (PBSS) is an intervention that helps people learn and practice new, positive behaviors. PBSS can help people with a range of issues, including behavioral difficulties, school or work performance problems, addiction, and mental health problems. PBSS is delivered in a group setting and typically lasts around eight weeks.

NDIS positive behaviour support provides cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). CBT is a type of therapy that helps people change their thoughts and behaviors. CBT is often used to treat problems such as anxiety, depression, and addiction. PBSS is usually delivered alongside other forms of therapy, such as CBT.

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What kind of behaviors are your employees displaying?

Identifying behavior issues can be difficult, but it’s important to do so if you want to create an effective Positive Behaviour Support Service. Here are a few tips for identifying problematic behavior:

-Monitor employee communication and interactions. Watch for signs of tension or discord, and look for statements or behaviors that could be interpreted as aggressive, hostile, or disrespectful.

-Observe how employees behave when they’re given a task or responsibility that’s challenging or unfamiliar. Watch for displays of anxiety or fear, aghast reactions, or avoidance of the challenge.

-Listen to employees when they describe their working environment. Ask them about the types of people they work with, the amount of supervision they receive, and any problems they’ve encountered in the past.

Once you have a good understanding of your employees’ behaviors, it’s time to develop an effective Positive Behaviour Support Service.