Director of Redstone PBS
Board Certified Behaviour Analyst – Adult Services Lead
Emma has worked in the field of applied behaviour analysis with people with intellectual disability and those who are autistic for over 20 years. Emma has an MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis from Bangor University. She became a Board Certified assistant Behaviour Analyst in 2005 and a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst in 2010. Emma has worked with both children and adults in a variety of settings. She began her career working with young autistic children and has worked within family homes, schools, community teams, adult supported living and residential services. Emma has also worked within a multi-agency adult safeguarding team which included input into residential services for people with dementia. Emma specialises in positive behavioural support, functional behavioural assessment, reducing restrictive interventions and staff support. She has a Post graduate certificate in Mindfulness-Based Approaches from Bangor University.
Assistant Behaviour Analyst
PBS Consultant and Training Coordinator
Redstone have been providing PBS services for individuals and organisations supporting people for a number of years. During this time, through my regular contact with the team, I can say that they have worked with some complex issues and have made significant positive changes for the people and the organisations they have worked with.
Sandy Toogood (BCBA-D) – Behaviour Analyst Behaviour Solutions
Redstone’s introductory PBS session for our parent forum group in Trafford was so useful; it really led me new ideas and solutions that I hadn’t thought of before. Understanding how all behaviour works really opened my eyes to the cycles we can get stuck in.”
Justine Bailey – Director of Trafford Parents Forum
We like the way Redstone works as the staff teams are always happy to put agreed plans into place, which get results. We don’t have the usual issues of teams not following plans with Redstone involved
Head of Clinical Services
“Using organisational behaviour management (OBM) to embed a management culture focused on positive reinforcement, introducing us to a functional living skills assessment, supporting the development of the Periodic Service Review, pushing for practice leads, tracking the engagement of the people we support and ultimately collecting and using data that support decision making, I believe have contributed to the improvement in the quality of life of the people supported and better working conditions for the staff teams.”
‘I just wanted to say thank you so much for the support Redstone has given the service as the remarkable achievement of the ‘outstanding’ CQC ratings attainable.’
Registered Manager – Residential and Supported Living Services
“Thank you so much, the PBS strategy review and development plan has been really helpful to us. We have realised how many elements of our support approach are already in line with PBS; it has helped us to identify where any gaps are, so that we can further develop our high quality specialist service.”
Angela Fletcher – Managing Director at Happy Futures
“Regarding the School wide Tier 1 system Redstone supported the school to implement.
Our children and young people want to develop and mature. The school wide expectations have given them a framework to do that. Alongside dedicated and caring staff they are now better equipped to self regulate and therefore make more academic progress. We have really valued the time and expertise from Redstone professionals.”
Matthew Pike – Principal