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RAID® is a relentlessly positive approach to managing behaviour that challenges. When implemented across wards and teams, the RAID® philosophy and techniques can impact:
We aim for RAID® to be embedded across services and support staff in doing this. We encourage all teams that complete RAID® training to monitor the results of the intervention and will recognise and can support staff to do so.
Changes in staff confidence, emotional responses, and attributions for challenging behaviour immediately following staff attending RAID training at Guild Lodge
Dr Cheryl Knowles' (Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust) formal research project completed as partial fulfilment of the requirements of Teesside University for the degree of a Professional Doctorate in Psychology (Top up).
Winning submission: RAID® implementation at Priestner's Unit (PICU), Atherleigh Park, North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
RAID® implementation at The Woodhouse Hospital, Elysium Healthcare.
RAID® implementation at Bronte Ward and Shelley Ward, Cygnet Hospital Bierley.
RAID® implementation at Rufford Ward, Calverton Hill, Priory Healthcare.
A 3-day course.
A relentlessly positive approach to working with disturbed and challenging behaviour.
The 3-day RAID® course is the UK’s leading positive psychology approach for tackling disturbed and challenging behaviour at source: over 20,000 professionals have attended it. It is a comprehensive approach which teaches staff a philosophy and practice not only to deal with disturbed and challenging behaviour when it occurs, but also to prevent it by tackling it at source. Staff feel pleased to share a unified system and to know what they are doing and why they are doing it, while clients delight in a relentlessly positive and empowering approach. The essence of the RAID® approach is to play down disturbed and challenging behaviour as far as safety allows, and to nurture and develop positive behaviour so that it systematically overwhelms and displaces the disturbed and challenging behaviour.