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Stress, depression, workplace and social supports and burnout in intellectual disability support staff

By: Mutkins, E.
Contributor(s): Brown, R F | Thorsteinsson, E B.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 55 (5) 2011: 500-510.Publisher: 2011Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SUPPORT STAFF | STRESS | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | DEPRESSION | BURNOUT | STAFF SUPPORT | AUSTRALIASummary: Notes that staff providing support to people with intellectual disabilities are exposed to stressful work environments which may put than at an increased risk of burnout. Examines direct and indirect associations between work stressors (i.e. challenging client behaviour), staff emotional response to the behaviour (i.e. perceived stress, anxiety, depression), social and organisational support resources and staff burnout.
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Notes that staff providing support to people with intellectual disabilities are exposed to stressful work environments which may put than at an increased risk of burnout. Examines direct and indirect associations between work stressors (i.e. challenging client behaviour), staff emotional response to the behaviour (i.e. perceived stress, anxiety, depression), social and organisational support resources and staff burnout.

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