Restrictive Practice Authorisation: Building the capacity of the NSW Sector Webinar Recordings
COVID-19 has undoubtedly brought many changes in the way that we all live our daily lives. For some people with cognitive disabilities and behaviour support needs managing the impact of changes in regular routines, restrictions in being able to undertake familiar activities and more time at home has been challenging. NDS was joined by a panel of experienced behaviour support practitioners, who are also DCJ (FACS) independent specialists, for an interactive question and answer session that helped to explore these issues.
NDS would like to acknowledge the support of DCJ (FACS) and in particular Jacqui Astolfi and the Performance Improvement & Central Restrictive Practices Team in developing this webinar and engaging our panel.
Key benefit points
Explore the challenges of implementing positive behaviour support strategies in the COVID-19 context
Learn about practical strategies that can support participants with behaviour support needs cope with the changes brought about by COVID-19
Hear our panelists answer questions about restrictive practices in the COVID-19 context
Who is this for
This webinar will be suitable for managers, front line managers and direct support staff in NSW disability providers working in environments where restrictive practices are in place.
Webinar 21st May 2020
Running time: 1:21:20
Webinar 18th May 2020
Running time: 50:30
Webinar 14th May 2020
Running time: 1:05:48
Please note that this was the same session offered on three separate dates.
For any enquiries, please contact Karen Stace, State Manager NSW, 0409 948 530, submit enquiry/feedback