Person Centred Values in Positive Behaviour Support

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This week, and for Easter, we share our passion for person centred practice as a form of values and culture.

This very deep philosophy is part of and integral to positive behaviour support.

People with Autism really understand this well.

Person centred values are all about respect for differences, unique ability, and seeing things from a new perspective.

We hope you enjoy this great production.

Credit thanks to Pixels images for video clips, and to Dennis Kennedy Music.

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