Other PBS Resources

Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) is recognised as an effective and ethical way of supporting people with learning disabilities who are at risk of behaviour that challenges. The British Institute of Learning Disabilities, The PBS Academy, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation, Health Education England and Skills for Care have developed and agreed on some key messages about PBS which describe what PBS is, why it is necessary and how it can be successfully delivered.

The implementation of PBS requires joined-up working between all stakeholders – commissioners, service providers, family carers, support workers and people with learning disabilities themselves.  In this section you will find a range of PBS resources that will be helpful in implementing the PBS Competence Framework designed specifically for commissioners/care managers, service providers and support workers. In addition there is a resource suitable for a range of individuals that will help them check the quality of PBS services for people with learning disabilities.

Finally we have included a link to the British Institute of Learning Disability (BILD) PBS animation. This is a short film which gives an overview of PBS and how PBS approaches work in practice when supporting an individual.

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