Welle’s techniques are the safest applications of recovery-based, trauma-informed care. Our system focuses on behavioral safety management, not just intervention.
As assessment experts, we train your staff to identify behaviors off baseline, enabling them to manage behavior proactively.
The Fundamental tier of skills focuses on the ability to detect and verbally
de-escalate situations from the initial signs of agitation.
The Standard and Advanced tiers include physical skills ranging from self-protection to restraints, for all body types, involving no pain compliance.
Our techniques have been proven effective in real-world situations, securing the safety of staff and patients, while preserving the relationships necessary to deliver compassionate care.
This provides the common framework and language with which everyone in your organization can constantly assess and reassess the behavioral safety of patients and other customers.
For an individual to achieve behavioral health and stability, they must feel balanced and satisfied in three key dimensions. By fostering these success factors (in patients and staff), we can reinforce healthy behaviors and responses.
An individual's behavior can escalate through five levels of risk, starting at agitation and ending at threat of lethal. Knowing how to assess these levels - and understand the underlying feelings that a patient is trying to express - empowers each member of the team to make decisions with confidence to de-escalate a situation.
I find Welle's most crucial aspect to be its emphasis on relationship building. Creating a culture of cooperation where everyone is valued, both clients and staff, reduces the likelihood of conflict and improves outcomes
The healthcare industry experiences 4x the amount of workplace violence as other industries. Our system has been developed to meet that standard, but it can be applied to other types of organizations and situations as well.