Hello, and welcome to the Positive Pathways Scotland website.
I’m Laura Andrew, a Behaviour Support Advisor from The Richmond Fellowship Scotland and I’m leading our Positive Pathways Scotland training programme.
I’ve worked with the organisation for 13 years, and have completed the Professional Development Award in Managing Behaviour Support (Napier University accredited) and have an IABA Positive Behaviour Practices certificate.
The main aim of our project is to set up a free Behavioural Advice and Intensive Support Service for Carers of young people with autism. We have hosted free training events across Scotland 1:1 intensive behavioural support sessions, and we are now launching a comprehensive elearning resource as an alternative to classroom based training.
Our intended outcome is to promote wellbeing for family carers and to improve quality of life for young people by creating awareness of the Positive Behaviour Support model (PBS) and its benefits.
Positive Pathways Scotland has been funded by the Scottish Government’s Autism Development Fund, and created by The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Positive Behaviour Support Team.
For more information on our free training courses email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 0845 013 6365.