When delivering Behaviours of Concern Training and physical interventions, we focus on the highest quality delivery, keeping your organisations key stakeholders as safe as is practicable.
ST-ACS PBS Training team help create a safe environment many organisations are striving to achieve when supporting behaviours of concern. All of our recommendations are in line with current best practice and the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) physical intervention accreditation scheme.
The ST-ACS PBS team understand operational issues. Our organisation, is first and foremost a care provider operating within the same challenging environment as other organisations in the social care sector.
Our PBS model is delivered and managed in our own operational services. We continually learn through our own experience, whilst ensuring we meet the needs of the people we support on a bespoke and individual basis. Our reputation is based on quality and continuous improvement; we meet and aim to exceed BILD, CQC, safeguarding and national standards.
We ensure that the highest quality programme is delivered to you keeping your organisations key stakeholders as safe as is practicable.
ST-ACS PBS approach takes a non-aversive, humanitarian and holistic view. We focus on ethics, prevention and de-escalation. The use of any physical interventions are always an absolute last resort and will be within the context of a person’s care and support plans.