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by David Allen

Author: David Allen
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: British Institute of Learning Disabilities (December 18, 2003)
Category: Politics
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Background Although training staff supporting people with challenging behaviour in physical interventions has become accepted practice, parents are often left to fend for themselves while managing equivalent behaviours.

Background Although training staff supporting people with challenging behaviour in physical interventions has become accepted practice, parents are often left to fend for themselves while managing equivalent behaviours. Method A postal survey methodology was employed that utilized a novel 20-item questionnaire.

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ISBN13:9781904082385. Release Date:January 2002.

Publication date: 1 April 2005. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

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In D. Allen (E., Ethical approaches to physical interventions: Responding to challenging . Staff in services for people with intellectual disabilities: The impact of stress on attributions of challenging behaviour

In D., Ethical approaches to physical interventions: Responding to challenging behaviour in people with intellectual disabilities. Kidderminster, UK: BILD. Staff in services for people with intellectual disabilities: The impact of stress on attributions of challenging behaviour. Rotholz, D. & Ford, M. E. (2003).

Social interventions Social interventions for challenging behaviour in people with intellectual disability can focus on a range of factors, including level of care, commu­ nication and environmental manipulation. For example, nidotherapy (Tyrer 2005) involves making systematic environmental changes (physical, social and personal) to suit the needs of the individual.

2 Challenging Behaviour The term challenging behaviour was first adopted in 1987 by Blunden and Allen (1987). We have long advocated giving more choice and control and choice to people with intellectual disabilities (Wolfensberger, 1983, Chan et al, 2011). Can we measure perceived control?