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Policies & Procedures

Autism & Neurodiversity North Scotland has a full set of policies and procedures and works to Keep the Promise, SSSC code of practice and all relevant National Care Standards. Our policies and procedures are available to read on request.

 

Everyone is actively encouraged to communicate with A-ND regarding any comments, compliments, concerns and feedback.  It's extremely helpful for our team to hear about what they do well, should do more of, less of and any changes needed to our practice, support and services.  

If you would like to make a comment, complaint, compliment or provide feedback, please contact us on admin@a-nd.org.uk

In order to meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), A-ND has produced a Privacy Policy. If you wish to read this document to find out how we will use and store any Personal Information you give to us then follow the link here.
 

The Safe Crisis Management (SCM) philosophy forms part of A-ND’s approach to managing and supporting behaviour, or communication that challenges. This offers training in a step-by-step process for crisis prevention and intervention. The major objective of SCM training for our team is to familiarise our staff with ways of assisting and teaching the people we support ways to maintain self-control, regulate and to train staff to use proactive and strength based methods of support.

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