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Staying well at work

By: Beckett, John.
Series: Learning Disability Today 10 (3) 2010: 20-22.Publisher: 2010Subject(s): CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | LEARNING DISABILITY | SUPPORT STAFF | STAFF STRESS | STAFF ATTITUDES | ANXIETY | STAFF TRAINING | STAFF SUPPORTSummary: Points out that supporting people who have challenging behaviour can be very stressful so it is extremely important that support staff themselves are supported to stay well, to protect their own emotional well-being and to get better when they have difficult feelings. Provides guidelines for staff training and management.
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Points out that supporting people who have challenging behaviour can be very stressful so it is extremely important that support staff themselves are supported to stay well, to protect their own emotional well-being and to get better when they have difficult feelings. Provides guidelines for staff training and management.

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