The CBF aims to improve lives for individuals with severe learning disabilities who display behaviour that challenges through our project work, using new approaches and encouraging others to learn from this work and improve their practices.
Working in partnership
This webpage addresses how to work in partnership, asking the questions: What are the barriers to good partnership working? How can we overcome barriers to working in partnership?
Policy and best practice
Consult our page ‘Policy and best practice’ for an extensive list of useful information and best practice guides and reports from the CBF and other organisations.
Examples of good practice for children and young people
We have undertaken several projects focusing on early intervention and early years support. In the process we have developed a vision of good early intervention, informed by evidence, workshops and focus groups.
We want to see our vision become reality for children with learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges. We will continue to collect case studies of good practice – something that professionals and commissioners have requested – which can be used to improve the delivery of services in the future.
CB-NSG Sharing best practice working document
At the CBNSG in May 2021, members agreed to develop a CB-NSG document summarising examples of best practice and research when working with children, young people and adults with learning disabilities whose behaviours challenge. The purpose of the document is to keep members informed of best practice and research, which could be used to influence and develop practice in their own area. The document is also intended to connect members who are involved in or developing related areas of practice and will be shared with CB-NSG members, and available on the CBF website.