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Developing behavioural training services to meet defined standards within an Australian statewide disability service system and the associated client outcomes

Crates, Nicola, Spicer, Matthew,

Academic Literature

2012

This study examined and the impact of the behavioural services training on the associated client outcomes and the severity rings of subsequent referrals in disability services in Tasmania.

Client behavioural outcome data showed significant improvement. Referral data showed decreases in severity ratings. Hence, the trainer of trainers process is effective in training staff to meet defined professional standards, including desired client outcomes, and to effectively make positive behaviour support accessible to a large number of people.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability

Location : International

Domain/s: Health and wellbeing, Safety and security, Sector development and sustainability

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