Safety Care For Families With Autistic Children
When – May 8th
Time – 4:30 to 7:30
Do you have a child that has a hard time following directions or rules? Does your child sometimes exhibit unsafe behavior? Do you want to better understand human behavior, and how to properly motivate and encourage your child? Then Safety Care for Families may be for you!
QBS has developed Safety-Care for Families, a training program that allows professionals to support family members in a home or home-like setting. This innovative course provides parents and others at 18 and up with the skills interventions needed to improve behavior and to prevent, minimize, and manage potentially dangerous incidents.
The Safety-Care for Families curriculum consists of four sessions, attendance to all 4 sessions are not required. Families may pick to attend essentials 1 or complete the entire series! Essential skills are presented in a lecture format while advances skills are training in a small group for individualized instruction. To participate in any session, a participant must have attended each of the earlier ones. ​
The training will cover the following:

Essential Skills

Part 1 – 2 ½ hours

  • Collaboration with Professionals
  • Challenging behaviors
  • Safety Habits
  • Safety Stance
  • Differential Reinforcement
  • Legal Issues
  • Elbow Check
  • Managing your own behavior

Part 2 – 2 ½ hours

  • Antecedents to Challenging Behaviors
  • Signal
  • Family Safety Plan
  • Triggers
  • Principles of de-Escalation

Advanced Skills

Part 1 – 2 ½ hours

  • Use of Behavioral Momentum
  • Advanced De-escalation strategies
  • Management of Weapons
  • Basic Physical Safety Skills
  • Releasing from a Grab

Part 2 – 2 ½ hours

  • Physical Management
  • 1-person hold
  • 2-person hold
  • Recovery and De-briefing
  • Role play

Please contact our safety care trainer if you are interested.

Kylee Campbell, M. Ed., BCBA, LABA
Director of Personnel Development
kcampbell@psaba.org
508-343-0670