December 1, 2015 Dear QBS Customer, The team at QBS would like to thank you for your business and express our appreciation for your continued commitment to Safety-Care™ Behavioral Safety Training. In the past year, we have introduced or improved […]
Dr. David Lennox and Erin Mayberry both presented at the NAQ conference on 8/6/15 in New Orleans. Dr. Lennox presented ‘Beyond Common Concerns: Strategies for Less Common but Important Behavioral Challenges‘; Erin presented ‘Promoting Weight Management in Individuals with Developmental […]
QBS has moved to its new location at 49 Plain St., North Attleboro, MA, 02760. With much more training space and facilities, Safety-Care™, Quality Behavioral Competencies™, and other state-of-the-art training will be better than ever. Come join us for your […]
All of the QBS Master Trainers. Left to right: Tristan, Brian, Blake, David, and Mark.
QBS staff David Lennox, Mark Geren, and David Rourke recently contributed a book chapter on staff training of emergency physical restraint. Lennox, D.B., Geren, M.A., & Rourke, D. (2012). Emergency Physical Restraint: Considerations for Staff Training and Supervision. In Luiselli, J. (Ed.) The […]
According to a study done at the University of South Florida ( read here ), crying is apparently not as therapeutic as is commonly thought. As a matter of fact, seventy percent of the women participating in this study reported feeling the […]
“Catch them being good” is so much more than just a catchy phrase, it is a philosophy for life. So many people spend their lives noticing all the things that are going wrong around them and what the individuals in […]