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Positive Behaviour Support - Getting it right for everyone

29 and 30 September 2016

PBS experts and practice leaders will discuss implications for direct practice; how the right conditions can be created and maintained at all levels so that skilled support is successfully delivered. 

Keynote Speakers

  • Dr. Julie Beadle-Brown, The Tizard Centre, University of Kent
  • Prof. Nick Hodge, University of Sheffield  
  • Dr. Andy McDonnell, Studio III
  • Paul Sullivan, Autism Jersey
  • Dr. Nick Gore, The Tizard Centre, University of Kent

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An introduction to PBS

An Introduction to PBS is a short animation - just six minutes long – that gives an overview of PBS and how PBS approaches work in practice when supporting an individual.

Watch it here >


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Looking for high quality PBS consultancy support?

BILD's Centre for the Advancement of Positive Behaviour Support has a bank of highly qualified and experienced consultants who can help organisations identify areas for change and provide the ‘how to’ in cultural change and development using PBS approaches. 

Find out more >  



Learning Disability professionals awarded at Queen's Birthday Honours 2016

20 June: Learning disability professionals have been awarded at the Queen's Birthday Honours 2016. Among the honours is Ruth Norway OBE (pictured above), Professor of Learning Disability Nursing at the University of South Wales.

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The importance of practice leadership within Active Support     
Professor Kathy Lowe talks about the vital role good practice leadership has in making Active Support and Positive Behaviour Support work. 

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Unprotected, Overprotected: Children with learning disabilities at risk of sexual exploitation 

Children with learning disabilities are more vulnerable to sexual exploitation than others, facing additional barriers to their protection and to receiving support, new research reveals.  

Read the report here >


 'Restraint use on child prisoners doubles'

20 June: Children held in in England and Wales are twice as likely to have force used against them by staff than they were five years ago, research suggests.

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Autism, happiness and wellbeing 

An interview with Sarah Hendrickx about the issues around autism, happiness and well being. 

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Active ageing

BILD’s Ageing Well project has produced a film about people with a learning disability and their experience of ageing well.  There are also suggested discussion questions to support work with people with learning disabilities about growing older.

More about BILD's Ageing Well project  >


Peaceful, pain free and dignified: palliative and end of life care for people on the autism spectrum.

A guide for social care practitioners, this book tells the poignant story of Stephane’s care during the final three years of his life and how the staff who supported him, the medical team, his family and friends worked together to care for him both in life and death.   

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PBS training

Looking for high quality PBS training? 

Our training events are suitable for beginners to advanced, and for those who want to develop PBS understanding in their organisations: 

Find out more about BILD's training in the workplace >

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