'Positive Behaviour Support' news stories:
7 September 2017
TRFS 2017 Awards Day
On August 17, candidates and the Positive Behaviour Support Team gathered at Edinburgh Napier University to celebrate the achievements of the staff who successfully completed their professional development awards in positive behaviour support.
12 May 2017
Head of Complex Needs wins prestigious award
Dr Anne MacDonald, Head of Complex Needs, wins prestigious award at BILD's Positive Behaviour Support Awards.
30 March 2017
TRFS launch New Autism Strategy 2017-2020
TRFS launch New Autism Strategy 2017-2020 at World Autism Awareness Event
11 March 2016
Postive Pathways in Renfrewshire
An opportunity for carers to receive practical training to help and support their family member with Autism and a Learning Disability living in Renfrewshire who is aged 16 years and above.
3 November 2015
Positive Pathways is back
Positive Pathways, the intensive training programme for family carers of adults with autism, is back for a fourth year to help families implement Positive Behaviour Support in their homes.
23 July 2015
New CALM Instructors for TRFS
Eight staff from The Richmond Fellowship Scotland have undertaken their CALM Instructor training to add to the already existing pool of CALM trainers within the company.
24 July 2014
Anne MacDonald presents to conference in Vienna
Anne MacDonald, our Postive Beaviour Support Team Manager recently presented at the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities - a Learning Disability research conference in Vienna.
4 July 2014
Training with the Challenging Behaviour Foundation
Marie Thomson from The Positive Behaviour Support Team (PBST) carried out training in partnership with the Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF), for carers and professionals in Aberdeen in June 2014.
13 May 2014
TRFS wins BILD Leadership Award
At the recent BILD Positive Behaviour Support International Conference, our Positive Behaviour Support Team received the BILD Leadership Award for Innovative Practice in Positive Behaviour Support. The award was received for our Positive Pathways programm
2 May 2014
Top grades two years in a row for Stationbrae!
Richmond Fellowship Scotland's respite service in Station Brae has been awarded top grades by the Care Inspectorate for two years in a row.