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Addressing challenging behavior in people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities : analyzing the effects of daily practice

By: Poppes, Petra.
Contributor(s): Van der Putten, Annette A. J | Vlaskamp, Carla.
Series: Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities 11 (2) 2014: 128-136. 2014Subject(s): INTERVENTION | OUTCOMES | SERVICE PLANNING | SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | SUPPORT STAFF | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURSummary: As some people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD) are at a high risk of developing a challenging behavior, it is useful to look at measures taken to prevent or diminish this type of behavior. With this in mind, the authors undertook a study of how self-injurious, stereotypical, destructive, or aggressive behaviors are addressed in daily practice in residential facilities. Discusses the findings and their ramifications for practice.
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As some people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD) are at a high risk of developing a challenging behavior, it is useful to look at measures taken to prevent or diminish this type of behavior. With this in mind, the authors undertook a study of how self-injurious, stereotypical, destructive, or aggressive behaviors are addressed in daily practice in residential facilities. Discusses the findings and their ramifications for practice.

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