BILD believes that the best way of delivering support is to focus on each individual and use person centred approaches. However, getting this right is not always easy and being able to get external help and expertise can often make a big difference.
Our staff can offer a wide range of knowledge, skills and experience that is learning disability specific and we have a pool of associates who are all learning disability specialists across the United Kingdom.
Why get help, advice or support from BILD?
We are independent, with a reputation based on 40 years’ experience
Our value base focuses on human rights and support delivered with dignity and respect
We have a track record for turning policy into practice
We work in partnership with people with learning disabilities and family carers
We will listen carefully to what you need and offer practical direction, support and advice
We have access to a wide pool of knowledge, skills and experience which is learning disability specific
We can bring a lot of experience in working with disadvantaged groups including people whose behaviour challenges, people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and people from Black and minority ethnic communities
All work will be delivered to the budget, quality and timescale.
What will you gain by working with BILD?
- Better outcomes for people with learning disabilities and their families
- The opportunity to access a range of problem solving expertise
- Working in partnership with an organisation with a proven track record and a positive, independent, reputation
- Bringing an external independent ‘eye’ to assess, review, evaluate and recommend workable solutions
- A focus on the outcomes to improve the quality of peoples’ lives
What kind of things can we help you with?
- Determining the quality of supports and services in partnership with people with learning disabilities and family carers
- Workforce development, including assessment of individual and organisational learning needs, induction programmes and qualifications support
- Positive behaviour support, including restraint reduction
- Involving people with learning disabilities in the running of your organisation
- Becoming a person centred organisation
- Working in partnership with family carers
- Keeping people safe
- Investigating complaints or bad practice
- Developing the leaders within your organisation
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