Activity outline five psychosocial strategies and

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ActivityOutline five psychosocial strategies and their methodology.The five psychosocial strategies are :a)Validation therapyValidation therapy can reduce stress and frustration by accepting the person’s reality rather than attempting to orient them.It relies on validation at a verbal and non-verbal communication level to be effective. b)Exercise therapyExercise has numerous health benefits including social engagement, improved mobility, reduced risk of falls and improved quality of life for participants.Consider physio review and GP review to ensure the participant is safe to take part in exercise programs. c)Multi-sensory stimulationInvolves stimulating sight, hearing, touch, taste and smellUses music, lighting and scented objects d)Scheduled reassurance therapySRT is replicated throughout the day to reduce agitation/anxiety and provide the client with companionship and increased wellbeing.It involves brief 1 minute interactions every 30 minutes consisting of positive social interactions where no nursing/care tasks are performed. e)SpiritualityIncludes alternative and traditional beliefsCan reduce anxiety and provide comfortSource: -strategies.html
Activity 4DEstimated Time15 MinutesObjectiveTo provide you with an opportunity to evaluate implemented strategies with support planning team to ensure effectiveness in minimising behaviours.Activity1.In an event sample observation, what information should you record?
2.What is the ABC method for analysing behaviour?
that precedes and follows the behaviour. Source: ?q=behavior_plans/functional_behavior_assessment/teacher_tools/antecedent_behavior_consequence_chartActivity 5AEstimated Time15 Minutes
ObjectiveTo provide you with an opportunity to comply with the organisation’s reporting requirements, including reporting observations to supervisor.ActivityWhat are your organisation’s reporting requirements for both written and verbalreports?

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