PBS in the Afternoon: Comparing and contrasting School Wide PBS with PBS in health, social care, family homes and communities
This event seeks to enlighten and involve Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) practitioners, and inform the debate about some of the key issues in PBS. In this series, we have been hearing from international figures who have been presenting their thoughts and research on important and relevant issues in PBS, then opening up a conversation with the audience.
Our fifth session will explore the similarities and differences between School Wide PBS and PBS in health, social care, family homes and communities. The session will be led by Professor Donald Kincaid, Director of the Florida Centre for Inclusive Communities.
Professor Kincaid’s presentation will discuss the relationship between Positive Behaviour Support and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). He will explore some of the historical issues that gave rise to PBS and then the subsequent application of PBIS within school settings. We will discuss what each approach has learned from the other and how each is enhanced when a multi-tiered support approach that addresses systems issues is utilized.
Participants will have an opportunity to ask clarifying questions to enhance their understanding of the relationship between PBS and PBIS.
We think this will be a great opportunity to focus on similarities and differences in implementation across cultures, countries and populations and will provide learning opportunities for everyone. The session will conclude with a summary of recent developments and news from the field.
This event is free for Bild Members, or £10 for non-members.
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