Lisa Richardson

Lisa Richardson has a background of working in applied health and social care settings as well as in academic research. She obtained an MSc from the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent in 2009.

Lisa has spent over 10 years in research and consultancy roles and has been working for the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) as an associate consultant since 2015. Her work is focused on developing and providing training on positive behaviour support (PBS), service evaluations of PBS implementation and supporting the identification of organisational strategies to reduce restrictive practices.

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Using positive behaviour support (PBS) to work with adults with behaviours of concern

Positive behaviour support (PBS) aims to understand what behaviours that challenge tell us so that the person with learning disabilities or autism can have their needs met in better ways.