Autism friendly Behaviour Support Plans
A BILD CPD Learning and Development Day
11 April 2019 - London
25 March 2019 - Birmingham
To understand someone’s behaviour we need to understand the person and the environment or context in which they live their life. People with autism can face particular challenges from the environment and what goes on around them.
This event will help you to pull together a range of information about the person, their behaviour and the environment they operate in and use it to produce an action plan to improve the person’s quality of life and reduce the need for them to use behaviours of concern.
Having gained a good understanding of what may be affecting the person’s behaviour, Positive Behaviour Support involves using this understanding to improve the person’s quality of life. We need to look at how to create autism friendly environments and ways of working, as well as how to make reasonable adjustments for people with autism, as these will significantly affect the person’s quality of life.
We also need to remember that quality of life is subjective; we’re all very different and remembering this may be especially important when considering people with autism. When working to improve the quality of life for someone with autism we need to consider what makes a good quality of life for someone with autism, from their perspective and not our own.