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Young Leader Training Module D
By the end of tonight you will be able to- Understand what is Challenging Behaviour Recognise examples of Challenging Behaviour Be able to suggest possible solutions
Challenging Behaviour Behaviour outside agreed acceptable standards.
Triggers Medical Social Pressure Poor Programme Inadequate Supervision Not knowing what is acceptable
Module 15 Challenging behaviour1a Negative labelling Poor self-esteem Low expectations Fewer chances Reinforced stereotypes Deteriorating skills
Module 15 Challenging behaviour1b Positive feedback Improved self-image Higher expectations More opportunities Reinforce positive self-image Improved performance
Possible Solutions Codes of Conduct Changing the way items are delivered Ensure the programme is appealing Closer supervision of Groups Using other sources of support
Sources of Support Other Adults in Scouting D.E.S.C. D.C. & A.D.C.’s A.D.C. (SN) A.C.C. (SN) Outside bodies
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