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The training programme is comprehensive, practically applied and can be tailored to all situations.

Integrate, Preston

Positive Response Training & Consultancy

Providing evidence-based solutions to the prevention and management of challenging behaviours in people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health conditions, acquired brain injury and dementia.

PBS Training

Person-centred approaches to supporting people who display behaviours which challenge.

PBS Resources

PBSpro and BBATpro - assessment and intervention planning tools that make PBS accessible to parents, teachers, support staff and professionals.

PBMpro Training

BILD ACT / RRN certified training which includes theory and practical techniques.

 

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Why use us?

We have over thirty years’ experience of supporting people with the most complex behavioural challenges and in delivering training across the UK and Europe.

Our PBMpro training has been assessed by BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) and complies with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards.  Certified training will be a requirement for NHS commissioned services and the Care Quality Commission from April 2020. For more information see the PBMpro page.

What can we do for you?

We can provide you with the tools that can

  • help you embed a Positive Behavioural Support Model within your service
  • train your staff to ethically manage incidents of serious challenging behaviour that are not preventable.

These are the two recognised cornerstones of providing effective services for our most vulnerable citizens, and Positive Response Training and Consultancy can help you make a real difference to the lives of people who challenge services and those who support them.

Download our brochure or Contact us today to find out more.

 

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