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'RESuLT taught me how the brain can unlearn and learn again' - Residential Child Care Worker
The purpose of the training is to enable staff to develop the skills needed to manage their day-to-day work; specifically balancing behaviour management with helping young people develop self-efficacy and the skills they will need in life. The curriculum includes:
- promoting a whole home approach, positive living and learning environment
- enhancing self regulation
- positive behaviour management strategies such as modelling
- management of negative and risky behaviours
- understanding adolescent development and the effects of abuse and neglect on young poeple and the developing brain
- communication and relationship skills