Redstone PBS works with organisations supporting or educating adults and children. We work with people who are at risk of behaviours that challenge. We use a positive behaviour support approach to assessment and interventions. The aim of PBS is to increase functional and academic skills. Download further information for Schools, Adult Support Services, Children's Residential Services.
-Reduce behaviours that challenge through person centered, ethical and evidence based approaches
- Improve quality of life and opportunities for the focus person and those around them
-Increase functional skills and academic engagement and achievements
Runner up for Innovation Award at the BILD International PBS Conference 2018
We are very pleased to have won this award jointly with City Care Partnership, at the BILD International PBS conference. This organisation wide PBS development, presented at the conference, is the culmination of a number of years hard work by both the Redstone and City Care teams.
We are very pleased to have won this award from the Restraint Reduction Network. Won jointly with the team from MacIntyre for PBS interventions implemented over the last 2 years. The person now lives in his own home in the community following discharge from an assessment and treatment unit. Interventions and support have resulted in a massive reduction in behaviours that challenge and psychoactive medication has been discontinued.
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Redstone PBS is based in Manchester. We provide PBS services across the North-West and UK wide.
PBS Approach - PBS increases an individual’s quality of life. This is achieved through adapting the support that the person receives. In this way their needs are met more effectively. Providing new opportunities and skill development is also key to the PBS approach. Behaviours that challenge become redundant due to changes in the support provided. The development of alternative behavioural skills ensures that the person has appropriate alternative behaviours.