Website Domus Recruitment
Domus have a brilliant opportunity for a Positive Behavioural Support practitioner to join a leading Health and Social Care provider, with more than 300 locations across England. This is an exciting opportunity to really make a difference to the quality of the support they provide.
They are looking for a highly competent, dynamic PBS practitioner to play a key role overseeing supported living and residential services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
PBS Practitioner Responsibilities?
- Complete Functional Assessments and implement PBS Plans in collaboration with support teams, families, the MDT and person supported, as appropriate.
- To provide regular, at least weekly, clinics to ensure close monitoring on support, progress and barriers to progress with each person’s plans.
- To provide modular based PASS+PORT Training to staff teams, as relevant to the needs of the person/people supported.
- To monitor implemented PBS Plans, to check on consistency of approaches and coaching/advising teams when inconsistency is evident – ensuring a PSR approach is in place at all times.
- Raise concerns to the Service Manager and PBS Team Manager if there is concern related to practice and/or an unhealthy culture within a support team.
- Promote the least restrictive means of support, and the organisations commitment to STOMP and the reduction in use of psychotropic medicines – closely monitoring all restrictions and ensure that these are lawful, proportionate and in the person’s best interest.
PBS Practitioner Requirements?
- Consideration will be given to individuals with relevant experience and skill in supporting adults with learning disabilities and/or autism who present with significant behaviours which challenge, with a commitment to completing a PBS Level 5 Diploma. Experience of directly supporting adults with learning disabilities and/or autism who may present with behaviours which challenge.
- Skill in completing functional assessment, and developing/implementing PBS Plans which are easy for support teams to understand and follow.
- Maintain data analysis related to behavioural support to evidence justification for strategies employed and behavioural trends over time.
- Skill in assessing potential environmental and health factors at play in relation to challenging behaviour, including assessment of team dynamics.
- Effectively communicate with people supported, families, support teams and external professionals to ensure excellent communication and continuity of support.
- Strong understanding of the values and ethos of positive behaviour support, person centred approaches and thinking, trauma informed care, Active Support and Inclusive Communication.
- Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training
- Online benefits and cashback rewards
- Cycle to work scheme
- SMART Childcare Vouchers
- SMART Pension option
If you are interested in the above position please apply, or for more information contact James Dolan at Domus Recruitment.
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