The Positive Behaviour Framework was launched in 2009 by the Disability Services Commission (now “Disability Services”).

 

Vision: To help people with disability, their families and carers who share experiences of challenging behaviour to have a better life within the community.

Mission: Building and supporting contemporary person centred behaviour support options within the community.

Calm, happy, responsive learning …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image provided by Craig McIver and Debbie Lobb, Disability Services

 

Behaviour is just the tip of the iceberg

To change it we have to look at what lies beneath:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image provided by Craig McIver and Debbie Lobb, Disability Services

Read more about the Positive Behaviour Framework Disability Sector Update of November 2014 here.

The Positive Behaviour Framework forum took place in June 2014 at Technology Park in Bentley and was attended by more than 100 people.

The Code of Practice for the Elimination of Restrictive Practices:  read here

Code of Practice for the Elimination of Restrictive Practices is part of the Positive Behaviour Framework. It should be read in conjunction with other Positive Behaviour Framework documents such as:

 Positive Behaviour Framework Effective Service Design

 Positive Behaviour Support Information for Disability Sector Organisations

 Towards Responsive Services for All!

 Positive Behaviour Framework Substantive Equality Project 4

 Evaluation of the Sector Workforce and Development Project to Promote the Use of Positive Behaviour Support in Disability Services