The BILD Physical Interventions Accreditation Scheme has at its heart the BILD Code of Practice in Physical Interventions and the joint DoH/DfES document ‘Guidance for restrictive physical interventions’ which recommends that training should normally be provided by trainers who are accredited under the BILD Code of Practice and express a formal interest in progressing to accreditation.
Archway is a parent-led Aberdeen based charity, which was set up to create a network of care and support for individuals with learning disabilities and their families. Our aim is to acknowledge the uniqueness of each service user and to ensure that the right to choice, dignity and respect is upheld at all times.
Inspire provide a wide range of services for people with learning disabilities and additional support needs throughout the North East of Scotland. Working with the vision of empowering the life choices of the people we support, our services include 24-hour support, residential care, visiting support, skills development in relation to employment, social support groups, respite care and innovative day opportunities.
Inspire support over 300 adults and young people, providing services based on individual need. Founded in 1988, three decades of experience helps the organisation provide bespoke support solutions based around outcomes developed though our outcome-based support planning process. Today Inspire employs over 500 members of staff in 40 services across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus and Moray.
KEY and Community Lifestyles
Key and Community Lifestyles support adults and young people with disabilities and long-term conditions across Scotland. We believe that good support is essential for a good life and we work alongside each person we support, and their family, to help them live life to the full. Everyone is unique and we always ensure each person is at the centre of planning and deciding how to use their support, whether this is in their own home, their family home, at school or in their community.
Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership
Health and social care services are provided by Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP). The Partnership is made up of staff working in Falkirk Council and NHS Forth Valley, along with partners in the Third and Independent sectors.
Falkirk Council provides a range of social care services for adults in Falkirk. The service supports younger and older adults with an assessed need, including their carers, by providing a range of community and residential based services.