(PBS) Recognising, Understanding Behaviours (RUB).

Recognising & Understanding Behaviours:

                                                                            Recognises behaviours from people that may be a problem for them and others, see a few examples below.

The behaviour is the problem not the person.  It's not a disease behaviours are not uncommon.  "WHAT DO BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN LOOK LIKE"

Hurting themselves. For example, a person may hurt, hit or scratch themselves.

Hurting others. For example, a person may hit, pinch or bite someone else.
Breaking things.

Refusing to do things. For example, a person may not eat or take their medicine. They may refuse to do activities they used to enjoy.

Doing the same thing again and again. For example, a person may say the same thing over and over again.

Doing things that others don’t like. For example, a person may scream, swear or take their clothes off.

Hiding away from people For example, not wanting to be with other people.

Doing these behaviours can stop them from doing things that other people do.  These things may be going to work or seeing their friends. These behaviours can seriously hurt people. These behaviours can be very stressful and upsetting.