Introduction to Active Support, 5th October – Stockton-on-Tees

Due to the continued popularity of our Active Support programme, we are pleased to roll out a series of Active Support one day workshops.

We are now taking bookings for:

  • 5 October 9.30am – 4.30pm
    Real Life Options,
    4 Innovation Court,
    Yarm Road,
    Stockton-on- Tees
    TS18 3DA

Further dates to follow! We are also seeking expressions of interest – if you are interested in attending a workshop in your area, let us know!

What is Active Support?

Active Support is a model of support that shows staff how to support people with learning disabilities to take the lead in functional and meaningful activities.

As a person-centred approach Active Support promotes inclusion; independence and choice in everyday activities; improves staff team confidence and morale; turns person centred support into person centred action and supports services to show quality of life outcomes. Active Support fits with Positive Behaviour Support as it forms a major part in primary prevention.

The one day sessions will cover:

  • The history of Active Support
  • Providing support that promotes participation and engagement
  • Looking for opportunities to engage people in meaningful activities at home and in their community
  • Simple ways of monitoring staff support
  • How to embed Active Support within your team

This workshop is aimed at Team Leaders and managers, but would also benefit senior support workers and front-line staff.

Costs

  • £80 (ARC England members)
  • £95 (Non-members)

Book now

To secure your places, please download this booking form and return it to us.

Get in touch…

For more information or to express interest in a presentation in your area, please get in touch: