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Management of aggression care plans in a forensic intellectual disability service : a ten-year progress update

By: Kitchen, David.
Contributor(s): Chester, Verity | Thomas, Cathy.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour 5 (2) 2014: 88-96. 2014Subject(s): GREAT BRITAIN | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | OFFENDERS | POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT | SUPPORT SERVICES | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | AGGRESSION | FORENSICSummary: Standardised approaches to the management of aggression and violence are critical for all stakeholders of intellectual disability services. The purpose of this paper is to describe the Management of Aggression Care Plan (MoACP). The care plan aims to reduce levels of restrictive interventions, to ensure any interventions relative to aggression and violence are the least restrictive possible, and to promote adaptive behaviours and support life enriching opportunities, in a manner which is personalised to the unique profiles of every patient.
List(s) this item appears in: ASD and challenging behaviour. June 2019
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Standardised approaches to the management of aggression and violence are critical for all stakeholders of intellectual disability services. The purpose of this paper is to describe the Management of Aggression Care Plan (MoACP). The care plan aims to reduce levels of restrictive interventions, to ensure any interventions relative to aggression and violence are the least restrictive possible, and to promote adaptive behaviours and support life enriching opportunities, in a manner which is personalised to the unique profiles of every patient.

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