Redstone provides PBS for supported living services and organisations to ensure PBS becomes well established as a model of support. Providing good support is essential to a high quality of life for people with disabilities and the prevention of behaviours that challenge, establishing high quality PBS practices in your organisation leads to high quality support.
For individuals we provide:
✓ Detailed functional assessment, to determine reasons why behaviours that challenge occur.
✓ PBS interventions and plans
✓ Support for staff teams for PBS implementation.
✓ On-going monitoring of behavioural changes and evaluation of interventions.
PBS Strategy Development for Organisations
Getting your PBS strategy right is the key to getting good, effective PBS in place across an organisation.
Good PBS also = good quality support. If you're looking to develop your services so that they are capable of providing great quality support to everyone, even in complex situations developing PBS across your service will contribute to that, as well as your CQC evaluations.
Starting with a review of your current practices and services we then help you to identify target key areas to ensure that your organisation is developing practices that are essential to positive behaviour support
Frequent types of support to organisations are:
-PBS policy and practice documentation
-Support developing a PBS training matrix including bespoke training development and train the trainers.
-Supervision and support to staff to develop practical PBS competencies
-Initiatives to increase participation and engagement using Active Support and skills development programmes
Redstone PBS ethos
We believe that everyone, no matter what challenge their behaviours present can live in their local community. The key is getting the right support and the right interventions in place. Our aim is to work with organisations so that, together, we can achieve this.
Case stories and our work with organisations
We have a number of case stories of the PBS work that we have done with specific people supported, see links below. We also have some great feedback from CQC which illustrates the impact that PBS intiatives had on the evaluations, leading to 'outstanding'