Asa and Zoe’s mission is to work to support Cornish people to return to or remain in Cornwall.
Near their families – In their own homes.
Bringing together separate organisations so that they can benefit from pooled expertise, resources and power sharing.
We believe that creating meaningful balance through taking a highly individualised approach to support and structure underpins good Physical and mental health.
Positive Behaviour Support is values led and supports human rights and promotes respect, dignity, inclusion and a life without unnecessary restriction (UK PBS Alliance 2019).
Lives in Cornwall and enjoys riding around the county on his motorbike and spending time with his family.
Has been working with both adults and children with learning disabilities who present with behaviours that challenge services for 28 years. In that time he has been a registered manager for both adult and children’s services, worked in community learning disabilities teams both as a support worker and as a behavioural advisor.
Worked in long stay hospitals, working to discharge individuals into community settings, and owned and ran a care company providing education and residential services for children with emotional and behavioural needs.
He holds a qualification in Management Studies and project management and Has completed the Center for the advancement of Positive Behaviour Support at BILD (CAPBS) Positive Behaviour Support Coaches program.
Zoe Lives in South Devon in a damp cottage on the edge of Dartmoor with her family. She loves crochet, dogs and laying on the sofa.
She has worked with people with different abilities and unusual problem solving methods for nearly 25 years.
Starting in Residential care, through in-patient units, and creating and managing NHS specialist community teams.
She currently works for Salutem Healthcare as their Group Head of Positive Behaviour Support and has studied with the Tizard Centre and Cardiff University in Positive Behaviour Support.