A non-aversive rehabilitation approach for people with severe behavioural problems resulting from brain injury.

@article{Rothwell1999ANR,
  title={A non-aversive rehabilitation approach for people with severe behavioural problems resulting from brain injury.},
  author={N A Rothwell and Gary W Lavigna and T. J. Willis},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 7},
  pages={521-33}
}
An approach is presented which uses exclusively non-aversive methods in the behavioural rehabilitation of people with severe behaviour problems resulting from acquired brain injury. The approach has five components: (1) behavioural assessment: analysing the way all aspects of a person's functioning may affect their behaviour, (2) positive programming: teaching the skills necessary to allow the person to achieve their desired ends without resorting to inappropriate behaviour, (3) ecological… CONTINUE READING

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