How to create quick and user-friendly behaviour plans, that actually work

Published On: 4 June 2024

Team Teach trainer, Nancy Hooper, shares ideas for writing behaviour plans that actually work. She explains why an effective plan should be quick and easy to create and use, how to find what works for your setting, and the essential details every behaviour plan should contain.

This webinar suitable for anyone working with children, young people and vulnerable adults, in education, health and social care settings.

We discuss:

• Common problems we have with individual support plans/ behaviour plans and what stops them from working in our settings.

• How to write a behaviour plan that captures essential information, without taking hours to produce.

• Using behaviour plans in practice and how we can make them useful working documents rather than static reports.

About the host:

Nancy Hooper has been working in behaviour support for over twenty-five years across a variety of settings, from community homes to forensic secure services. She works globally developing staff understanding of behaviours to create transformational change across the health, social care, and education sectors.