Practical training that promotes positive outcomes
This person-centred, human rights-based approach has led us to play a leading role in the development of national guidance, competencies and qualifications.
We provide flexible, cost-effective training that is based upon different levels of risk and needs.
Maybo helps care professionals to meet duty of care and regulatory requirements in a way that promotes positive values and behaviours. Our models and learning methods are consistent with the principles of positive behaviour support, focusing on primary and secondary strategies for preventing and defusing behaviours that represent a risk to safety.
Clients and ‘in house’ trainers benefit from our extensive online resource centre containing a wealth of tools, guidance and learning. These resources and our ‘Champions’ coaching model help local services to reduce risks and restrictive practices and develop personal plans for individuals in their care.
In some settings, physical interventions need to be taught to ensure everyone stays safe in a crisis. Our physical skills are proven to be gentle and low arousal, yet robust and safe for use with adults, children and older people when required as a last resort. Our approach helps reduce risks to everyone concerned and focuses on alternatives to force and choosing the least restrictive option when needed. We guide organisations and their staff on how to reduce restrictive practices i.e. not just how to hold more safely.
By building staff confidence and competence in how to prevent and safely manage behaviours of concern, quality of care and life can be improved and risks to staff and service users minimised.
Maybo was one of the first organisations to evidence compliance with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards and we can offer training Certified by BILD ACT to Services that meet requirements. Our Trainer Training is also Accredited by City & Guilds.