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Implementing Positive Behaviour Support


The BILD 2019 PBS International Conference 

8, 9 and 10 May 2019, Birmingham


Presentations


A delegate pack containing a programme and evaluation form will be available on the day of the conference.   

In the interests of environmental sustainability we will not be providing printed copies of the keynote presentations. We will add them to this page as they become available for you to download. 

Pre-conference seminar

Transforming coercive processes in family routines 
Dr Joseph Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia, Canada

Implementing Positive Behaviour Support in a secure forensic inpatient service for offenders with an intellectual disability and/or autism  
Laura Higgins, Elysium Healthcare, England

Translating evidence-based practice into an autism specific special school: Model, evaluation and outcomes
Katy Lee, Bangor University, Wales

 


Keynotes

Day 1

The right support, in the right place, at the right time - investing in families
Vivien Cooper, OBE, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation, England

Transforming coercive processes in family routines: quality of life outcomes for families of children with developmental disabilities
Dr Joseph Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia, Canada


Day 2 

What's necessary to embed active support in supported living services
Professor Chritine Bigby, Le Trobe University, Australia

Mindfulness based behaviour support
Dr Brian McClean, Acquired Brain Injury, Ireland

 


Masterclasses and workshops

Day 1 and day 2

The Family Ecology Assessment: enhancing family centred service delivery in Positive Behaviour Support with families of children with developmental disabilities
Dr Joseph Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia, Canada

Making practice leadership work
Professor Christine Bigby, Le Trobe University, Australia

Good active support and Positive Behaviour support - what they look like in practice 
Professor Julie Beadle-Brown, The Tizard Centre, England

When and how to design a skills teaching plan
Professor Kathy Lowe, ABMU NHS Trust, Wales

Implementing PBS in a school - a process, not an event
Joke Kamstra, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands and Dr Penny Barratt, The Bridge London Trust, England

Skills needed for practice leadership
Tony Osgood, TheTizard Centre, England

A multi-tiered model of staff support
Dr Peter Baker, The Tizard Centre, England

Identifying vicarious trauma in staff
Professor Nigel Beail, Sout West Yorkshire NHs Trust, England

Using positive support methods in schools
Dr Maggie Hoerger, University of Bangor, Wales

Putting 'person centred communication' into practice
Jane Johnson, Merton College, England
 

Capturing restraint to improve safety passport
Dr Andrew Hider, Ludlow Street Healthcare Group, England

Using Positive Behaviour Support to create a positive school culture to reduce restrictive interventions
Calthorpe Academy

A grading system for behaviour support plans 
Dr Brian McClean, Acquired Brain Injury, Ireland

Supportive environments – improving quality of life and reducing CB 
Sandy Toogood, Bangor University, Wales

Scaling up PBS
Dave Williams, Greater Manchester, England, and Dr Anne MacDonald, Glasgow University, Scotland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


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