This training DVD illustrates best practice for person-centred active support, in a variety of contexts. Specifically, it is about supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Developed in collaboration with the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent, this resource is aimed at care providers in the social care sector.
Featuring a number of people supported by United Response, the film illustrates how using person-centred active support can promote social inclusion, independence and control for people with learning disabilities – including those with complex needs, such as autism or challenging behaviour.
To see teaser clips from the DVD visit the Person-centred Support Youtube channel.
The making of this DVD was generously funded by the NIHR School for Social Care Research. United Response is subsidising production and distribution to ensure it is accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
Running time: 2 hours and 22 minutes.
Price: £15, inclusive of postage and packaging and VAT.
Includes: DVD, hard case, 18-page accompanying booklet and suite of best practice documents.
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Testimonials for the DVD:
“We use the DVD as part of our team resources for colleagues and support staff. The visual and natural presentation is so much easier for people to understand!” Beena Patrulei, Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities.
“Very good... It will be useful for training staff” Belinda Robinson, Head of Practice Development and Assurance.
“…the DVD is really going to help me to change people’s lives” Karen Sharpe, Challenging Behaviour Specialist Nurse.