The time intensity model shows the stages an individual goes
through within the challenging behaviour cycle.
The stages are as follows,
Calm, where an
individual is there usual self, going about their day.
Trigger, this is
the starting point of the challenging side to the behaviour, the reason the
reaction to the trigger where emotions and memories of an event are brought
this is where the actions of challenging behaviour begin to take place.
Peak, this is the
point where the emotions and actions collide, creating an outburst of the
this is where the emotional and physical energy built up because of the
behaviour starts to dissipate, resulting an individual questioning their
actions and other reactions.
healing period where the behaviour is reflected upon and the cycle returns to
The model can be used to track time patterns and levels of
behaviour, in turn this will help avoidance and clearer management techniques
in the future.
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