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EXPOSURE TO CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR AND SUPPORT WORKER/HOUSE SUPERVISOR WELL-BEING: FINAL REPORT

Koritsas, S., Iacono, T., Carling-Jenkins, R., Chan, J.,

Published Literature

2009

This article seeks to determine whether disability workers have the theoretical knowledge to manage challenging behaviour and to investigate the relationship between organisation factors,

exposure to challenging behaviour, and poor psychological well‐being. Results indicate that strategies to manage challenging behaviour did not appear to be based on a functional assessment, and were predominately reactive.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : The Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Safety and security

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