SCIE: Adults Safeguarding

SCIE have published on their webpages a snapshot of safeguarding adults practice and challenges based on SCIE’s work in this area and experience of providing training and consultancy support to care and health providers. It is not a comprehensive review of safeguarding practice, hopefully it provokes further thinking about how to improve safeguarding, and the partnerships that need to develop for that to happen.

Find out more on the SCIE webpages.

Launch Event: Improving the quality of Positive Behavioural Support: the standards for service providers and teams; the standards for training

Improving the quality of Positive Behavioural Support: the standards for service providers and teams; the standards for training

 

You are invited to the launch of the PBS standards – new resources for training and service providers/teams

 

Wednesday 11 October 2017 

16:00 – 18:00 pm 

Skills for Care

 

Lynton House, 7-12 Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9LT

 

with

 

The Rt Hon Norman Lamb 

 

The afternoon will include presentations from family carers of their experience of  PBS.

Please join us as we also share ideas for the future up-scaling of PBS and the findings of a recent study conducted in collaboration with the Challenging Behaviour Foundation evaluating the impact of the activities of the PBS Academy. Copies of the new standards and other materials will be made available for all attendees.

 

Places are limited and it would be helpful if you would indicate your interest in attending by replying to this email a.j.baker@warwick.ac.uk (Alison Baker, CEDAR).

 

Best wishes

 

Richard Hastings

Professor, and Cerebra Chair of Family Research

 

and

 

Vivien Cooper

CEO Challenging Behaviour Foundation

Reminder: Stay up Late AGM

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