Introduction to Active Support, 18th September, Chesterfield

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, within their own lives – staff essentially becoming enablers not carers.

For people with complex needs, behaviours that challenge and people with autism, services need to be organised in a way which means people can exercise choice and control.

Active Support is also the pre-cursor to good Positive Behaviour Support – they complement each other perfectly.

Join us to gain an insight in this ‘Introduction to Active Support’ workshop.
This one day session 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

Course Information: 

18th September 2019, 10.00am – 4.00pm

Venue:

Association For Real Change
10a Marsden Street
Chestefield
S40 1JY

Costs:

£80 (ARC Member)
£95 (Non-member)

including a light buffet lunch

Book now:

To book your places, please download this booking form and return it to us. Places are allocated on a first come basis, so hurry to avoid disappointment!

For more information about this, or any other workshops we offer, please get in touch:

  • contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
  • 01246 555043