Useful links

Positive Behaviour Management Links

pbsacademy.org.uk/pbs-competence-framework/

https://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/Topics/Learning-disability/Positive-behavioural-support/Positive-behaviour-support.aspx

 

http://www.challengingbehaviour.org.uk/information/information…/keymessagespbs.html

 

Click to access bild-key-questions.pdf

 

Easy guide to physical interventions for people with learning disabilities, their carers and supporters

The first easy guide on physical interventions for people with learning disabilities, their carers and supporters, based on new government guidance on the use of physical interventions.

Last Modified: 01/02/2012

 

Physical Intervention Accreditation, from BILD, the British Institute of Learning Disabilities

Physical Intervention Accreditation from BILD, the British Institute of Learning Disabilities – how to make an application and the accreditation process. Also, organsiations that are accredited.

Last Modified: 01/03/2012

 

Ethical approaches to physical interventions. Vol II

Edited by David Allen This publication offers a major overview of key developments and current best practice in the field.

Last Modified: 01/02/2012

 

Keep up to date with policy and practice with journals from BILD, the British Institute of Learning Disabilities

From Good Autism Practice, to the International Journal of Positive behavioural Support, BILD’s Journals help keep up to date with policy and practice.

Last Modified: 12/01/2012

 

BILD Code of Practice for the use and reduction of restrictive physical interventions

This third edition is a significant and substantial revision, both to ensure that the code is completely up to date with practice but also to shift the emphasis from physical intervention to positive …

Last Modified: 06/03/2012

 

Mansell Report

Services for people with learning disability and challenging behaviour or mental health health needs

 

challenging behaviour a unified approach June 2007

 

Guidance on restrictive physical interventions for people with learning disability and autistic spectrum disorder, in health, education and social care settings

 

Guidance for restrictive physical interventions: How to provide safe services for people with learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorder

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