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the proactive and reactive stragtegies used with in work role
When a person is proactive in a nursery setting, they plan, plan, plan. They have noticed patterns of behavior, what precedes the behavior and plans appropriate actions or activities to prevent negative behavior and encourage positive behavior. [ [ For example, if inappropriate or uncooperative behavior occurs during a transition time, then the adult notices how long the children have been
sitting, whether or not they are restless or who they should or should not be sitting next to. The children may need to take a break by doing a music and movement activity, finger play or playing a game, or singing a song. A child who has challenging behavior may need to be walked to the chart of rules and have a "gentle review/reminder" of how to behave. He or she may need to be guided to set goals toward positive behavior and given a set of alternatives that will guide him or her in that direction. For example, a child who wiggles a lot and punches the air, may need to be taught how to do circular motions with his thumbs quietly. This is a way to provide energy output, without others being distracted and harmed. A chart of positive behavior can be formulated by and for the class. An individual chart that states positive actions as alternatives can be created. Every time the child completes a positive action, a sticker can be placed to show an accomplishment. ] ]
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User: what safeguards should be used when restrictive physical interventions are used?

User: describe safeguards that must be in place if restrictive physical interventions are used

User: the difference between proactive and reactive strategies

User: identify the proactive and reactive strategies that are used within own work role

User: the proactive and reactive stragtegies used with in work role

Weegy: When a person is proactive in a nursery setting, they plan, plan, plan. They have noticed patterns of behavior, what precedes the behavior and plans appropriate actions or activities to prevent negative behavior and encourage positive behavior. [ [ For example, if inappropriate or uncooperative behavior occurs during a transition time, then the adult notices how long the children have been sitting, whether or not they are restless or who they should or should not be sitting next to. The children may need to take a break by doing a music and movement activity, finger play or playing a game, or singing a song. A child who has challenging behavior may need to be walked to the chart of rules and have a "gentle review/reminder" of how to behave. He or she may need to be guided to set goals toward positive behavior and given a set of alternatives that will guide him or her in that direction. For example, a child who wiggles a lot and punches the air, may need to be taught how to do circular motions with his thumbs quietly. This is a way to provide energy output, without others being distracted and harmed. A chart of positive behavior can be formulated by and for the class. An individual chart that states positive actions as alternatives can be created. Every time the child completes a positive action, a sticker can be placed to show an accomplishment. ] ]
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define what is meant by restrictive interventions? User: who needs to be informed if any restrictive interventions have been used? User: why should least restrictive intervention should be used when dealing with incidents with challenging behaviour?
Weegy: The least restrictive interventions should always be used when dealing with incidents of challenging behaviour in order to prevent injury and maintain safety. [ There is no legal definition of ?reasonable force?. The use of force can be regarded as reasonable only if the circumstances of the particular incident warrant it. ] User: what safeguards must be used in place if restrictive physical intervention are used with challenging behaviour? Weegy: The least restrictive interventions should always be used when dealing with incidents of challenging behaviour in order to prevent injury and maintain safety. [ There is no legal definition of ?reasonable force?. [ [ The use of force can be regarded as reasonable only if the circumstances of the particular incident warrant it. ] ] (More)
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whats the importance of reinforcing positive behaviour with individuals?
Weegy: The environment in which an individual spends his or her formative years has a profound effect on his or her personality, one that will last him or her a lifetime. This is a widely-known and accepted fact. [ An individual who has spent his childhood in a violent or aggressive environment will have an aggressive or violent streak to his personality. On other hand, individuals who belong to a quiet, peaceful and secure environment turn out to be confident, secure and balanced adults. Positive reinforcement is the process whereby desirable behavior is encouraged by presenting a reward at the time of occurrence of such behavior. Positive reinforcement is a tried and tested method in what is known in psychology as ‘operant’ conditioning. It is widely studied and used in behavior analysis. Some of the advantages of using positive reinforcement are: It can be successfully used to increase the frequency of a wide range of behaviors (positive and negative). It can be used to produce new behaviors. It can be effectively used in the classroom to help students identify their strengths and to put them to optimum use to accomplish tasks allotted to them. For more: ] (More)
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