As part of our project we are collecting useful information, tips and guidance to offer some help and support. This archive of information will be updated over time and we’re open to suggestions – if you have any useful resources to share.
We have collected all sorts of different types of material and organised all by topic as well as relevance. While this is for everyone – bear in mind that our information is sometimes aimed at a certain group of people. For example, family carers will be most interested in how to get an Education, Health and Care Plan, and professionals may want to know how to develop one.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Feel free to get in touch.
- Resources for families + professionals
- About the Project
- What works: the evidence
- Guidance for professionals + commissioners
‘Why do they hurt?’ – children and restraintview video · 13/09/16
A short film about Calum’s experience of restraint at school.
Executive summary: Keeping in touch with home (178 downloads)
Full resource: Keeping in touch with home (195 downloads)
‘Miss Home, Back Home’view video · 23/08/16
A short film about children’s experiences of Assessment and Treatment Units
'Is your child's behaviour...challenging you?' - poster (187 downloads)
'When children's behaviour challenges' - leaflet (174 downloads)
Paving the way (492 downloads)
The Challenging Behaviour Foundationlink to website · 12/12/15
Our partners, the charity for people with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges.
Autism and Sensory Overload - graphic (312 downloads)
An Introduction to PBS – animation by BILDview video · 23/02/16
A six minute animation by BILD that gives an overview of PBS and how PBS approaches work in practice when supporting an individual.
Laura’s Communication Passportlink to website · 18/02/16
Communication Passports aim to create ‘a practical and person-centred way of supporting children, young people and adults who cannot easily speak for themselves’.
What children enjoyview video · 11/12/15
What children and young people enjoy.