Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is an evidence-based approach to support people with disability to experience improved quality of life. There are many services and practitioners offering PBS however, if delivered incorrectly, recipients of behaviour support interventions are at risk of aversive and/or restrictive practices.
This workshop provides an overview of what is needed for PBS interventions to be delivered in an ethical manner with a person with disability’s goals and wellbeing as the primary focus.
Who is this for:
NDIS allied health professionals
Presenter: Lee Cubis is a clinical psychologist with 19 years of experience working in the disability sector where he has delivered frontline services to individuals with disability and complex needs. This has included working as a disability support worker, assistant in nursing and as a psychologist since 2014. In addition to his research role at the Summer Foundation, Lee works with individuals, families and formal support workers across university, private and community settings. He regularly runs professional development training for the disability support sector in the areas of Positive Behaviour Support and adapting psychological interventions for people with cognitive disability. Lee is an active researcher in disability and regularly presents at national and international conferences.
BOOK YOUR SESSION BELOW:
DATE: Wednesday 10 March
TIME: 9:30am – 1pm
LOCATION: Online (Zoom) – national
FORMAT: Webinar style with Q+A at the end
COST: $190 incl. GST