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Attending to debriefing as post-incident support of care staff in intellectual disability challenging behaviour services : An exploratory study

By: Baker, Peter A.
Series: International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support 7 (1) Spring 2017: 38-44. 2017Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | SUPPORT STAFF | STAFF STRESS | STAFF SUPPORT | POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT | CASE STUDIES | PBSOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: The psychological welfare of the workforce who support people with intellectual disabilities who present challenging behaviour is key in providing effective positive behavioural support. This workforce has consistently been identified as being vulnerable to experiencing poor psychological wellbeing. Debriefing after incidents is consistently recommended as good practice. Provides an illustrative case study.
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The psychological welfare of the workforce who support people with intellectual disabilities who present challenging behaviour is key in providing effective positive behavioural support. This workforce has consistently been identified as being vulnerable to experiencing poor psychological wellbeing. Debriefing after incidents is consistently recommended as good practice. Provides an illustrative case study.

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