Positive Behaviour Support Foundation Course

Medway Council is running a series of 20 fully funded, Positive Behaviour Support training courses between October 2018 and March 2019. The courses are available to anyone who provides direct support to individuals with challenging behaviours i.e. parents, carers and professionals. These will be held in venues across the Medway area with dates/venues to be confirmed. This one day course may be particularly suitable for parents and carers, and people working in social care, family support, education, early help, youth work, health and voluntary sectors. What is Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)? PBS is an evidence based approach to people who may be displaying challenging behaviours. It seeks

Diary of a mum...

One thing I find really difficult is turning negatives into positives. I was told today by a very old dear friend that I used to always see the glass half-full. Since becoming a mum to our FASD boy, I have gotten very glass half-empty and people miss the old me. So, for today's challenge I have decided to set myself a task, I have decided to take the most negative points about FASD in our son and his behaviours that are coming out, and turn them into possitives... Or at least try. Sit back. Relax and enjoy. Endless energy I’m sure on of these days his energy will rub off on me, help me loose weight and therefore give me more energy than I’ve ever had before. It’s been over three years and i

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