Autism Accreditation
We were delighted to receive our autism accreditation through the NAS (National Autistic Society) accreditation scheme in June 2018. After a series of assessments and observations we were awarded Silver level accreditation. We are glad that our good work supporting autistic people has been officially recognised, and we look forward to aiming even higher from now on with the support of the accreditation board. We want to offer our autistic clients the best person-centred support possible.
Bild Member
We are currently applying for accreditation with BILD (British Institute of Learning Disabilities) around restrictive intervention. It is important to us that our workers only use restrictive intervention as a last resort and that they do so using taught, risk-assessed techniques. Our work with PBS (Positive Behaviour Support) is closely linked to this because it offers non-restrictive alternatives to behaviours that challenge. (Please go to “PBS” for more information).
CPD Member
We are accredited by CPD to say that all of our training is of a high quality. As well as our internal training this applies to all development events we run.
Bild Member
We are accredited by Skills for Care as an endorsed training provider. Skills for Care have assessed our training and seen that we are interested in progressing our staff beyond just the bare minimum. Each year we have to renew this accreditation by presenting a training action plan showing how we are maintaining our standards and the next steps we have planned.
Bild Member

We signed up to the London Living Wage commitment in October 2018 because we believe people should receive higher pay for supporting someone than they would for stacking shelves. We want to reward what we see as skilled and vital work: a support worker can have an invaluable impact on the life of their client, from supporting them to learn new skills and increase their confidence, to offering friendship and consistency. We already pay approximately 95% of our staff the equivalent of the London Living Wage or higher, and by signing up to the commitment we hope to be doing so for 100% of our staff by April 2019*.

*currently, if staff come to us with no experience we may choose to develop them first and gradually increase their rate to eventually meet the London Living Wage. These staff still begin on more than the minimum wage.

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