Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)
The overall aim of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is to improve the quality of a person’s life and the quality of life for those around them. PBS is not a quick fix. PBS means that people receive the right support at the right time. The right conditions need to be created and maintained, so people can achieve the quality of life that they want and deserve to have. Successful implementation needs a whole organisational approach and ongoing commitment.
We have invested in training a qualified PBS trainer and are introducing PBS accross our services. For further information look at the Our Approach tab which details our 5 step approach.
We now have our own fully qualified PROACT-SCIPr-UK trainer. PROACT-SCIPr-UK offers a positive range of options to avoid crisis and use theraputic strategies for crisis intervention and prevention. All of our staff are trained to use this method to improve the quality of life for our residents by providing staff with the necessary skills and information to provide a therapeutic environment. This approach increases the competence and confidence of all those who manage crisis situations and develops a proactive approach to the management of crisis.
Vista Care Ltd has developed Supported Living services. For further details please contact Emma Macavoy on 07464482792.
Since opening Nene House, Rockingham House and Robyn House, we have had 12 positive transitions into the services.
Contact Emma Macavoy on 07464482792 regarding details of current bed vacancies within the services.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) carry out unannounced inspections on our services. All homes were found to be fully compliant and achieved 'good' ratings accross all domains.
To view the inspection reports visit the CQC website www.cqc.org.uk