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Care staff perceptions of challenging behaviour and fear of assault

By: Rose, John L.
Contributor(s): Cleary, Adam.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 32 (2) 2007: 153-161.Publisher: 2007Subject(s): CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | DECISION MAKING | FEAR | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | PERCEPTIONS | SUPPORT STAFF | VIOLENCESummary: Suggests that there is evidence that perceptions of risk and safety may be one factor which can impact in a variety of ways on the behavioural responses of individuals in the workplace and their decision-making. Presents a study which investigates fear of assault in relation to exposure to challenging behaviour.
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Suggests that there is evidence that perceptions of risk and safety may be one factor which can impact in a variety of ways on the behavioural responses of individuals in the workplace and their decision-making. Presents a study which investigates fear of assault in relation to exposure to challenging behaviour.

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