Safe Crisis Management

Flashcard maker : Lily Taylor
What are the 5 C’s of JKM?
T/F: The JKM training philosophy consists of commitment, caring, competency, and control?
T/F: FBAs, BSPs, and positive growth and behavior are three components and benefits for staff
T/F: The benefits of SCM Training include: salary, vacation time and sick time
T/F: JKM training’s mission relies on liability and control
T/F: dignity, best practice and safety are part of the JKM training mission statement
What are the 4 reasons for training?
reality of the individual
What 3 things does a safe environment allow?
trust, comfort and growth
How to LRA relate to safety?
ensures psychological and emotional safety
Who is the #1 priority during the restraint?
the client
What are the 3 ways to understand behavior?
What are the three opportunities for therapeutic staff intervention when considering the reality of the individual?
1. explore reasons for the behavior
2. collaboratively examine alternative behaviors
3. enhance relationship building
T/F: federal laws have little impact on schools and programs
T/F: duration is a critical risk factor for any physical intervention
T/F: Schools need to implement a nationally recognized curriculum
T/F: staff who push, shove, and roughhouse with students can’t be charged with abuse or assualt
T/F: the culture in an organization should match the organization’s policies, procedures and best practices
What are the 3 primary strategies of promoting positive growth and behavior
1. program organization
2. relationship building
3. structure environment
How do we build relationships?
Through meaningful interaction
When is the hardest time for students and staff?
during transitions
What is another name for the 5 steps of positive correction?
Positive Sandwich
What are the 5 steps of positive correction
1. Begin with praise
2. state problem
3. state expectation
4. client repeats
5. end with praise
T/F: giving recognition by smiling and showing interest reduces staff’s authority and effectiveness
T/F: Maslow indicated that basic and safety needs must be met in order for individuals to grow, develop and build relationships
T/F: effective programming is likely to occur when there is a lack of adequate supervision
T/F: transitions have little impact on those with trauma histories
T/F: well meaning staff may create chaos in the environment when they fail to implement the daily routines consistently
What are the 5 parts of Polsky’s group interaction diamond?
1. leaders
2. lieutenants
3. members
4. status seekers
5. scapegoats
What are the 3 human needs/social variables from Polsky?
1. power
2. achievement
3. affiliation
What should we do with status seekers?
influence them away from leaders
What should we do with scapegoats?
Protect them
What are the 3 behavior categories?
1. carry in
2. carry over
3. tune in
explain: carry in
stimulus is located outside of the environment (at home, etc)
explain: carry over
stimulus is a conflict within the program that remains unresolved
explain: tune in
created by trauma
When is carry over most likely to occur?
during transitions from school to unit or unit to school
What are 4 words to describe behaviors?
1. cumulative
2. transferrable
3. cyclical
4. temporary
What are the 5 steps of the behavior cycle?
1. stimulus
2. thoughts
3. feelings
4. action
5. consequences
how do feelings and thoughts relate?
thoughts control feelings
where (within the behavior cycle) do we usually intervene?
after the action
Where (within the behavior cycle) should we intervene?
before the thought
What are the 3 types of insult behavior?
1. physical appearance/characteristics
2. home and hearth
3. professionalism
What are the 3 parts of the Behavior Curve?
1. Escalation
2. Peak/Out of Control
3. De-escalation
T/F” escalated volume, clenched fist, tensed muscles, and an aggressive stance are indicators of appropriate coping mechanisms?
T/F: individuals who use insults or oppositional behavior are inviting others to engage in power struggles
T/F: an individual that is procrastinating may be demonstrating a passive aggressive behavior
T/F: tune in behaviors are situations that are easily recognized and quickly diffused
T/F: individuals who become emotional and who begin to make overtures of violence or leaving are experiencing a fight or flight reaction
What are the 3 ways to respond to behaviors of concern in order of LRA
1. non-verbal
2. paraverbal
3. verbal
What are the 3 times that touch is ok?
1. restraint
2. CPR/First Aid
3. Greeting
What are the 3 parts of paraverbal?
1. tone
2. rate
3. volume
What is the hardest control paraverbal cue?
What is the most important paraverbal cue?
what are the 3 types of verbal intervention in order of LRA?
1. encouragement
2. discussion
3. direction
T/F: signals may include eye contact, expressions, body language and gestures
T/F: the most effective para verbal intervention during a serious altercation is to whisper
T/F: leaning forward, nodding in agreement and maintaining eye contact are good examples of attending and attuning skills
T/F: “why did you do it” is a correct example of using an open ended question
T/F: consequences should be the first staff intervention utilized when responding to misbehavior
What are the 5 emergency safety interventions?
1. time out
2. physical intervention
3. seclusion
4. mechanical
5. chemical
2 goals once the child is in a restraint
1. calm down
2. get out of the restraint
how often do we change position or people in restraint?
Every 10 minutes (5 for side or prone)
What are the 5 groups to debrief after a restraint?
1. individual
2. group
3. staff
4. family
5. outside agency
What are the 5 things to check after doing a restraint
1. neurological
2. respiratory
3. circulatory
4. gastrointestinal
5. muscles and bones
What are the 2 types of release?
T/F: emergency safety intervention can last as long as the staff deem necessary
T/F: when confronting an individual, the most effective way to communicate is to stand face to face and within arms reach
T/F: an individual being held should be spoken to by one of the staff and ideally this staff should be part of the intervention
T/F: according to best practice guidelines, monitoring and recording is not required when using an emergency safety intervention
T/F: the traditional release process of waiting for an extended period of time is no longer considered “best practice”
What are the 4 main health concerns from restraints?
1. sickle cell trait
2. osteopenia
3. excited delirium
4. asphyxia
What are the 5 levels of Maslows hierarchy?
1. physiological
2. safety and security
3. love and belonging
4 self-esteem
5. self-actualization
What are the 3 types of aggression?
1. active
2. passive
3. counter
What are the 3 environmental factors for understanding individuals?
1. social experiences
2. family dynamics
3. economic conditions
What are 4 variables for how well an individual will cope?
1. cognitive ability
2. emotional capacity
3. social experience
4. physical realm

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