Positive reinforcement

What is positive reinforcement, and how can you use this in your daily routine?


What is positive reinforcement?

With positive reinforcement you add a positive reward when a person is showing desired behavior. It is a proven method to help promote positive behavior in both children and adults.

For example: a person gets a small reward when a specific task or chore is completed on time.

The reward doesn't have to be big; just the fact that you reward positive behavior makes this a very powerful aid.

In this way, instead of punishing negative behavior, you reinforce positive behavior which has a much more stronger effect.

This does not only work for young children, older children and adults can also use this to motivate themselves.

So, how can you use positive reinforcement in the daily routine? RoutineFactory can help with this!



Introducing the positive reward system

The positive reward system in RoutineFactory is very easy to use.

It works with a points system: a person can save points by completing tasks.

After the points are approved by a another person (parent, caretaker or the person itself) they can be redeemed for rewards.

The rewards can be devised by yourself so they are specific for the person who is going to use it.


Collecting points

You can assign points to each task and checklist. The number of points can reflect

The positive reward system in RoutineFactory is very easy to use.

It works with a points system: a person can save points by completing tasks. The points are collected in a total point amount.

After the points are approved by a another person (parent, caretaker or the person itself) they can be redeemed for rewards.

Tip: You can change in the 'Settings' from the website screen which user can approve points for completed tasks.


Setup rewards

Next you can add smaller and bigger rewards, each rewards costs a number of points.

The rewards are very specific to the person, so you can choose which rewards are appropriate.

Each reward can have an associated pictogram or a photo.

The rewards can be viewed from the app; so a person can see what they can potentially get when performing tasks correctly and on time.

Need inspiration for what sort of rewards would work? View this website for a bit of inspiration.



Fun factor!

Aside from the big effect of positive rewards itself; the collecting of points by completing every day tasks can also give a lot of fun.

This can greatly help with sticking to the daily routine.

No just for children; adults can also use the points system to motivate and reward themselves if they can stick to the schedule.

Try it out yourself

Why not test if a positive reward system works for you?

It doesn't matter if you want to use it with your children in your family, professionally for a client or personally: positive reward systems can be very effective.

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