Behaviour professionals

NHS

The NHS website has a page about dealing with behavioural issues in children.new     Click icon to view.

They also have quite a bit about treatments for people with ADHD – including behavioural issues 


For complex cases see Team Around the Child, on our Professionals page.       Also, see SEMH resources on our Teachers page.

NICE guidance

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has produced guidance for managing autistic spectrum disorders, including addressing behaviours that challenge.       See:  under 19s       adults

Doc icon Challenging Behaviour Foundation

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation has a page with information and resources for professionals specialising in challenging behaviour.      It includes specialist degree courses.      Click icon to browse.

They also offer a range of workshops that can be organised on request.       See Workshop FAQ

Doc icon Crisis support training

Studio III offers training for care professionals to support individuals with a range of behaviours of concern.        Click icon to browse their website.         See course dates         Courses are advertised as being held in Alcester, which is south of Birmingham, UK.       See the Studio 3 contact address – also in Alcester.

See their resources including a brief explanatory videos.       One of their posts discusses what they see as the significance of relationships for people with an autism diagnosis. 

Low arousal

Their sister website, Low arousal, sets out the low arousal approach to behaviour management.       Click icon to browse.

Doc icon Isolation rooms

Here is an article about alternatives to an isolation room.       Click icon to view.

ASD & Criminal Justice

This on-line guides for professionals when encountering someone with ASD may be of interest to parents as well.       It is from the National autistic society.

Tap button to download, then open in PDF viewer.     

National Autistic Society – 900KB

These on-line guides for professionals when encountering someone with ASD may be of interest to parents as well.       One is from the National autistic society. and the other from Autism west midlands.

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