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Pavilion Publishing and Media is the leading provider of professional development products and services for public, private and voluntary workers in the health, social care, education and emergency response sectors.

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  • Personal Development; Relationships and Staying Safe

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    A training pack for staff supporting adults with intellectual disabilities; high support and complex needs; to learn how to prevent abuse and teach those they support to develop their sense of identity; form relationships and protect them from abuse.

  • Interprofessional Staff Supervision in Adult Health and Social Care Services Volume 1

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    A Pavilion Annual 2016 explores different models of supervision within adult services; addressing a gap in research and practice about what works when supervising staff from across different professional backgrounds; including social work; nursing; health visiting; clinical psychology; community mental health and addiction services. Health and social care services are increasingly delivered in integrated settings; but what does this mean for staff supervision? What do we mean by successful supervision within integrated and multidisciplinary settings? How is it conducted and how do we know that it makes a difference? Does it matter if supervisors are from a different professional background to supervisees; if the key ingredients are the same? If we agree that supervision is important; answering such questions is crucial if we are to get supervision right for practitioners working in a range of settings and ultimately; people who use services.

  • Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Work Volume 1

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    A Pavilion Annual 2016 brings together different perspectives on success and collaborative working for parental mental health and child welfare professionals. By sharing this information in a way that is accessible; useful; and usable for the broad range of professional groups involved in this complex area of practice we can move towards improved ways of working together and sustaining high quality relationships. Research has established the potential direct and indirect impacts of mental illness on parenting; the parent-child relationship; and the child; and the extent to which this poses a public health challenge. Problems with how adult and childrens services understand and deliver support to parents with mental health problems and their children have also been identified. In contrast; far less is known about how parents with mental health difficulties and their children can be supported successfully.

  • Restorative Resilience Training Booklet

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    This training resource consists of full instructions for preparing to introduce the model and one-day training course to train new or existing supervisors as well as instructions for developing their skills over the coming week and expanding the model to include the whole organisation.

  • Postnatal Depression and Maternal Mental Health

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    Utilising care studies and offering practical advice based on real life experience; this accessible book is intended to be a source of inspiration and helpful resource for all midwives; health visitors and childrens centre staff.

  • Supervision for Early Years Workers

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    This guide is designed to provide a framework and support for early years settings and their staff to implement the expectation of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2014 3.21 Providers must put appropriate arrangements in place for the supervision of staff who have contact with children and families.

  • Applying Values based Practice for People Experiencing Psychosis

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    This contemporary and unique training course teaches workers within inpatient settings how to apply the principles values-based practice when supporting people; especially those experiencing psychosis.

  • Applying Person centred Care in Mental Health: A guide to values-based practice

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    This book can be used as a standalone document or to complement the training pack that goes with this guide Applying Values-based Practice for People Experiencing Psychosis: A training pack for inpatient settings – also available from Pavilion.

  • She'll be Alright: Eleven cases of hidden neglect in a care home

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    Workbook with real life case studies highlighting instances of neglect and abuse in care homes for the elderly.

  • Booklet to further understanding of the mental health of people with learning disabilities

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    A booklet to further understanding the mental health of people with learning disabilities.

  • Autism and Intellectual Disability in Adults Volume 1

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    This is a multi-author annual volume for health and social care workers who work with adults with autism and intellectual disability. It looks at ways in which autistic people (focusing here on those with additional intellectual impairments) can have the best possible quality of life ;on their own terms; using a values-based and person-centred perspective.
  • Sex and the 3 Rs (fourth edition) Rights; Risks and Responsibilities

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    A sex education resource that provides a framework for staff to undertake sex education work which acknowledges the realities of sexual relationships for many people with learning disabilities.
  • Supporting the Physical Health Needs of People with Learning Disabilities

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    This informative and practical handbook provides healthcare professionals and support staff working with individuals with a learning disability and their family carers’ information on a range of physical illnesses and health needs to support people with different conditions.

  • How to Communicate Effectively in Health and Social Care: A practical guide for the caring professions

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    This handbook will benefit anyone working in health and social care; from students undergoing their professional education through to recently-qualified doctors; nurses; midwives and paramedics. The book will also be of value to non-clinical frontline staff who have contact with patients and their families; whether in hospitals and clinics; doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries; pharmacies; residential care homes and day centres and other community healthcare and social care settings.
  • Successful Health Screening through Desensitisation for People with Learning Disabilities

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    This flexible training and resource pack aims to enable people with a learning disability to successfully access health screening and overcome fear and anxiety they may have about the process; utilising desensitisation. The suggested techniques in the training pack respond directly to evidence of how the health needs of people with a learning disability are not currently being adequately met. It provides a practical evidence-based framework; tools and extensive resources for supporting individuals to have basic health screening through familiarisation and desensitisation. This is essential for ensuring quality of life and the best possible health outcomes; by monitoring and treating the common conditions people with learning disabilities suffer from.

  • Supporting Women with Learning Disabilities Through the Menopause (2nd edition)

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    This flexible new edition of our best-selling training pack provides a valuable resource for working with individuals and groups; as well as for staff training; on the vital topic of menopause. It provides thoroughly piloted and comprehensive information about the menopause; in addition to how women with learning disabilities can be affected and how they might best be supported. Training on the menopause within services is very rare; therefore the exercises in this pack are designed to encourage those with or without specialist knowledge to run training for other staff; and supportive work with service users.

  • The Resilience Coaching Toolkit

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    This training aims to increase the user’s knowledge and repertoire of practical interventions they can use with clients. Studying and learning the various techniques contained in the book will count towards the achievement of a range of coaching diplomas (e.g. Diploma in Resilience Coaching; Diploma in Life Coaching Skills; Diploma in Wellness Coaching; Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching.

  • Sex; Personal Relationships and the Law for Adults with Learning Disabilities

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    Sex; Personal Relationships and the Law for Adults with Learning Disabilities explains how law and policy in England and Wales should inform support for adults with learning disabilities in matters related to sex and relationships. Drawing on his extensive experience; David Thompson explains how legislation provides a critical structure to support services’ decision making and how to lawfully and ethically navigate the many complex issues involved.

  • An Advocate's Guide to Complaints in England

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    The book describes the different types of advocacy provided to complainants and the role and tasks of the advocate; explaining the various sources of guidance for advocates who present or assist with complaints. It describes the process of how a complaint is initially made and follows through the various stages of the procedure; advising on how best to achieve a positive outcome.

  • Autism and Mental Well-being in Higher Education: A practical resource for students; mentors and study skills support workers

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    This much-needed manual addresses the provision of effective support via mentoring in order to build students’ confidence and enable them to take control of their lives. Its aim is to help students maximise the opportunity provided through the mentoring and academic study skills hours available to them. In addition; the manual and the tools it contains provides a starting point for all mentors and support staff to help students navigate their way through what can be a very confusing; anxious and challenging time by providing key focal points for discussion and related activities.

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