STACS PBS Training team achieved the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) accreditation in 2009 and successfully retained it in 2015. We have been reaccredited in 2018.
STACS PBS Approach
STACS PBS model delivers the highest quality elements:
Primary – planning, audits, analysis, risk assessments.
Secondary – de-escalation, de-fusion and distractions
Reactive – non aversive interventions, least restrictive practice including bespoke BILD accredited physical interventions and breakaways.
Responsive elements – recovery, post incidents report, stress management, report and recording, data collection.
STACS PBS Training team will only focus on least restrictive safe practice. We use non aversive techniques avoiding, if possible, the use of any restrictive physical interventions.
Where ever possible we will design a PBS programme bespoke to the person who needs it.
We will work with projects and deliver holistic intervention and breakaway techniques through a referral system.
We offer our unique expertise to other organisations through our externally accredited behaviour support training and development programme. STACS PBS Training team encourage candidates to explore unique opportunities, reflecting and learning and developing processes and outcomes to be applied when working with people perceived as challenging.
We offer cost effective British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) accredited behaviour support that is successfully embedded within our organisation. This model involves the delivery of high quality training and development of the systems required that satisfy national standards.
St Anne’s is a not for profit organisation. All income will be used to enhance the lives of clients through investment in services.
Andy Lees of St Anne’s Community Services, interviewed at a BILD PBS Conference, talks about the four elements of PBS Support Plans and the ‘turbocharged’ power of PBS in focusing on the specific needs of the individual being supported.