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Sequence Care webinar: What makes a specialist residential or supported living service

18th November 2021 @ 11:00 am 1:00 pm

What makes a specialist residential or supported living service | Webinar

Sequence Care Group provide therapeutic support within both supported living and residential settings. Their therapeutic approach includes speech and language therapy, positive behaviour support, and occupational therapy. In this webinar, they invite you to meet members of the Sequence Care Group Team, learn about how this kind of therapeutic care is provided, and the benefits in supporting people with complex needs.

Following the webinar presentation the Sequence Care Group Team will support a question and answer session.

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Speakers

I began working for Sequence in 2015. I have worked in social care for 33 years in both children’s and adult services. I have training and experience working with both adults and children who have Learning and Mental Health needs and Autism, EBD, Deafblind, physical support needs and severe challenging behaviour. My roles have included Registered Manager, Area and Operational Senior Management Roles and Executive Chair of a County Care Association. I have extensive training in behaviour management through the IABA and qualified as a non-crisis intervention trainer. Other qualifications held include Advanced DMS (level 7), NVQ level 4 in Care and Registered Managers Award Level 4. I find it very helpful to be able to draw upon my broad operational and management experience within my role for Sequence Care Group.

I am the Occupational Therapy Lead for Sequence Care Group. My team and I are here to help carry out activities that service users want to do and/or need to do. We help each person find ways to carry on living the life that they want to and to remain as independent as possible. We support the service users to maintain, regain and develop their functional level despite difficulties that they may face.

I am the Lead for the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) team and joined in April 2020. I have worked in health & social care for 10 years and began as a support worker for adults with Autism & Learning Disabilities while at University. I studied to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and have since worked in inpatient and community settings to support adults to improve their quality of life, build new skills and reduce behaviours of concern. My approach to implementing PBS in our services involves a hands on, practical application to ensure consistent implementation and achieving measurable outcomes.

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