Services for Children
- Managing challenging behaviour
- De-escalation techniques
- Attachment issues
- Assessing sensory issues
- Assessment and advice regarding toileting problems
- Sleep difficulties assessment and treatment plans
- Understanding self harm
- Eating difficulties
- Sexuality and developmental issues
- Help with loss and bereavement
- Advice with communication issues and tools to help
- Epilepsy awareness
- Autism and treatment care planning
- Prada Willi Syndrome
- Retts Syndrome
- Fragile X Syndrome
- Angelman Syndrome
- Williams Syndrome
Services for Adults
Individual assessment, planning and evaluating care for adults with a learning disability using Positive Behaviour Support approaches.
Positive Behaviour Support - Positive behaviour support approaches have become established in the UK as the preferred approach when working with people with learning disabilities who display behaviours perceived as challenging.
Challenging behaviour can lead to self-harm or injury of others, and may cause a delay in access to ordinary community services and facilities. For this reason, challenging behaviour, if not addressed, can lead to social exclusion and difficulties in realising self centred planning.
PBS recognises challenging behaviour as an unmet need and aims to see the person at the heart of care planning, upholding their rights in a respectful way. PBS uses functional behaviour analysis to understand behaviour and put in place short term and long term strategies to minimise harm and increase the persons life skills .