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Long-term accommodation and support for people with higher levels of challenging behaviour


December 2007

Long-term accommodation and support for people with higher levels of challenging behaviour

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The purpose of the present article is to describe the issues associated with providing lifelong accommodation and support to people with severe brain injury, neurobehavioural disability, and overt challenging behaviours. In particular, the article focuses on two groups of people within an Australian context: (a) those who live in community settings but whose behaviour is not adequately managed even by specialist outreach behaviour management services, and (b) those who are confined to aged care residential facilities and who show challenging behaviour.


Citation:

Kelly, G., and Winkler, D. (2007). Brain Impairment 8(3): 262-275.


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