De-escalating Crisis Situations in School - Session 5 of 5

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This podcast is part of the series: De-escalating Crisis Situations in School

Multimedia Details Title: De-escalating Crisis Situations in School - Session 5 of 5
Creator: Robert Hudson and JoNell Comegys
Submitted By: JoNell Comegys, Informal Education Partner, Informal Education Partner
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Glenwood Autism and Behavioral Health Center, Birmingham, AL


Overview:

In this fifth and final video targeting how to de-escalate a crisis situation in school, we discuss the timing of our de-escalation interventions and we are reminded of certain things that need to be taken into consideration as we initiate an intervention.  Additionally, we discuss how to use our best communication skills to impact a crisis situation with calmness that is solution focused.  You will be encouraged to be the staff person a student wants helping them because of your wisdom and calm demeanor.  A final word of encouragement to become de-escalators in the world around you ends this session.

Please contact Robert Hudson at 205-410-1576 for more information.

This project was made possible through collaboration with the Alabama Department of Education, Special Education Services.


Length: 12:47
Content Areas: Professional Development
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments: