Who cares for the carers? The vast majority of care is delivered by parents or carers who are often left largely unsupported and whose training and support are often not recognised or addressed. This can leave parents and carers in an unsafe position, unsure about what to do for the best. We believe that parents and carers have the right to quality training and support tailored to their circumstances and needs. Simple interventions can and do make a world of difference. Having access to bespoke training that meets all of your needs is vital for anyone in a caring role.
CALM will listen and explore and help you understand why behaviour that challenges is happening. Together we can develop strategies aimed at reducing distress and maximising safety. These may include physical skills where required as a last resort.
CALM supports Early Years providers and their staff to understand and address the root causes of behaviour that challenges using a whole-organisation, public health approach through our integrative practice model. A focus on attachment, trauma and nurture enables staff to make sense of challenging situations and to develop child-centred plans to prevent, avert and more safely manage crisis.View