Safety-Care provides the tools you need to be safe when working with behaviorally challenging individuals. We can help you to:
Understand how and why crisis events happen, and ways in which we might inadvertently contribute to them.
Prevent crises using a variety of supportive interaction strategies.
Apply simple, evidence-based de-escalation strategies that are effective for any population.
Intervene appropriately and safely when dangerous behavior occurs.
Avoid use of restraint.
Plan after a crisis to reduce the chance that it will happen again.
QBS consultants can greatly increase the effectiveness of your program.
Experienced, talented, credentialed clinicians.
Detailed, evidence-based functional assessment of your most challenging individuals.
Collaborative development of practical, well-documented behavior support interventions.
Competency-based staff training.with follow up, data collection, fine tuning.
Experienced administrators with extensive program development expertise.
Market analysis to help you determine which programs are most viable in current economic and regulatory environments.
Nursing staff are frequently presented with significant behavioral challenges. Geri-Care can help you to:
Prevent behavioral incidents and reduce injuries.
Intervene safely, gently, and appropriately.
Effectively manage wandering, resistance to necessary care, and other challenging behaviors using simple, evidence-based behavioral protocols.
Use less restrictive strategies that reduce the need for restraint
Intervene after incidents to prevent reoccurrence.
Quality Behavioral Competencies
The tools you need to quickly and efficiently provide your staff with critical behavioral teaching skills
Critical behavioral skills such as reinforcement, reinforcer preference assessment, delivering instructions, and behavioral momentum.
Staff can learn and be tested at their own pace.
Training can be done in or outside of classroom setting.
Selected staff members can be trained and certified as Competency Coaches, allowing them to teach and check the competency of other staff.
Focus on important, evidence-based behavioral skills, without unecessary theory or jargon.