We also support people with a physical disability and older people with care and support needs, including people living with dementia.The supported living services we offer for people with a learning disability are recognised for enabling people to enjoy fulfilling lives. We have developed services for people who have very complex needs under the Transforming Care policy agenda. We provide creative day opportunities which enable personal development, social inclusion and pathways into work. We deliver individually tailored support for people with autistic spectrum conditions and physical disabilities.
Our supported housing and outreach services for people with mental health needs have a strong reputation for promoting recovery, rehabilitation and empowering service users to move on to greater independence. Our extra care and community support services enable older people to retain their independence and enjoy a good quality of life.
Each and every day, we do everything we can to help the people we support get where they want to be. Our focus is on providing new and innovative ways to promote independence, responsibility and purpose – and ultimately offer support that is tailored to an individual’s specific needs.
How The Partnership Healthcare Group achieves success:
Person-centred practices define our ways of working. Above all, our aim is to make sure every individual we work with and support is appreciated within their local community – and can make meaningful contributions to it.
Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)
Successful outcomes through clear and consistent communication at every stage.
We begin at the beginning
The transition into supported living is not always easy. It is important we meet and get to know the individual as well as it being helpful to have insight into their history. That is why it’s essential we work with each person to understand their needs and develop their own support plans.
To be able to provide the support needed, it is important that the staff team have access to appropriate learning and development. This includes training and coaching in Positive Behaviour Support to ensure that staff are equipped to provide safe and effective support in the least restrictive way.
How we focus on the positive
There are occasions when physical interventions are required to ensure everyone stays safe in a crisis. MAPA’s suite of Learning & Development Programmes ensures the approaches we use reduce the risks to everyone. They focus on alternatives such as redirection and adopting the least restrictive intervention.
The Partnership Healthcare Group has a continued commitment to embed the principles of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) into everyday practice and we have worked with MAPA on the inception of licenced trainers. PBS helps us to understand the function of a person’s behaviour and what maintains it. The support we provide aims to increase the individual’s quality of life and reduce the frequency and severity of their behaviours.
Increasing knowledge and understanding supports confidence and competence in our teams to safely and effectively manage behaviours, improving quality of life for the people we support and minimise risks.
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