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19 February 2020

Bild brings international expert to UK to deliver family-centred positive behaviour support masterclass

Dr Joseph Lucyshyn, from the University of British Columbia, will be delivering a masterclass called ‘Building Survivable Interventions in Family…

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20 January 2020

Bild’s PBS work with specialist college nominated for national award

A specialist college for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities has been nominated for a national award, after partnering with Bild to implement a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) approach.

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21 August 2019

New book review: Understanding and responding to behaviour that challenges in intellectual disabilities (2nd edition)

Edwin Jones (BILD Advisor) tells us why he would recommend this new book to all who want to transform people’s lives.

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6 August 2019

NICE publish updated Quality Standard – ‘Learning disability: care and support of people growing older

The Growing Older with Learning Disabilities Steering Group give their thoughts on the new updated guidance from NICE.

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19 June 2019

Celebrating 100 Years of Learning Disability Nursing

James Ridley, Senior Lecturer and Registered Learning Disability Nurse, gives his thoughts on 100 years of his profession.

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10 June 2019

BILD’s 200th Positive Behaviour Support Coaches Programme

Last week we were delighted to deliver our 200th Positive Behaviour Support Coaches Programme. We have now trained almost an incredible 2000 coaches.

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3 June 2019

We’re Celebrating 200 PBS Coaches Programmes!

Today marks our 200th Positive Behaviour Support Coaches Programme. Positive Behaviour Support Development Managers, Tom Evans and Sarah Leitch, write about the programme here.

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24 May 2019

Reflections on a distressing week

BILD CEO Ben Higgins sums up the events of the week and calls for action.

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23 May 2019

Panorama Investigates Whorlton Hall

The abuse and ‘psychological torture’ exposed at Whorlton Hall in last night’s Panorama is shocking and deeply disturbing. It is a national scandal that modern society fails to better protect the fundamental human rights of the most vulnerable people in society.

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