This event has now taken place
Materials from the conference can be downloaded here.
The 2019 Conference is once again set to be the largest UK gathering of practitioners, researchers and internationally-renowned PBS experts. It will be packed with opportunities to learn new skills, share good practice, debate key issues and hear about new ideas and developments.
The theme for this year is implementing PBS and we will be offering a mix of workshops, masterclasses and inspirational keynote speakers.
The main part of the conference takes place on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 May. On Wednesday 8 May, conference delegates can also sign up to a pre-conference event, the International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support Symposium.
Pre-conference International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support Symposium and Reception - only open to conference delegates
Starting at 2pm, this event will be chaired by Dr Peter Baker, The Tizard Centre. We will also hear from:
Dr Joseph Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia - 'Transforming coercive processes in family routines'
Serena Tomlinson, The Tizard Centre - 'Training family carers to implement function based interventions in the UK: the difficulties of translating research into practice'
Laura Higgins, Elysium Healthcare - Implementing Positive Behaviour Support in a secure, forensic inpatient service for offenders with an intellectual disability and/or autism
Katy Lee, Bangor University - Translating evidence based practice into an autism specific school
Please note, the symposium is not included as part of the conference package. If you wish to attend, you need to select it as an option when you book your conference place.
The main part of the BILD PBS International Conference 2019.
Keynote speakers this year include:
Professor Christine Bigby, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Dr Brian McClean, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Dr Joe Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia
Our full programme of keynotes and workshops can be viewed below or downloaded here.