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This blog post is based on a webinar by Simon Holding, Adult Care Lead at Team Teach. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Triggers are virtually impossible to avoid and, at some point, we all have a strong reaction to certain environments, situations, people and words. But what exactly is a trigger? In a […]Read More
This blog post is based on a webinar by Mica Coleman Jones, a Principal Team Teach trainer. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Calm room, quiet space, reflection area, emotional wellbeing zone – whatever you choose to call them in your setting, the purpose of these environments is the same: to provide access to […]Read More
De-escalation is an important part of positive behaviour management, but what does it actually mean and how can we do it effectively? Effective de-escalation means spotting the often subtle signs that an individual is feeling distressed and taking action to prevent them from spiralling into a potential crisis. It’s not about simply stopping behaviour, but […]Read More
Life is full of risk – that’s a fact. Whether we are aware of it or not, we are constantly looking out for danger, evaluating the likelihood of harm, and taking action to keep ourselves and others safe. For example, deciding when to cross a busy road; turning off the iron at the wall; ensuring […]Read More
“It’s not you, it’s me…” How often have we heard this expression in everyday life? When we witness behaviour in our settings, when an individual is emotionally overwhelmed or heading towards crisis, there is a tendency to look at that behaviour in isolation. We try to decipher the emotions and feelings behind the communication and, […]Read More
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Team Teach is evolving, with the launch of our new website and Connect platform. Connect is a new way for us to add ongoing support, a wealth of practical resources and the latest thinking in behaviour support. Keep an eye out for more info in your email inbox.