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Care Staff Management: A Practitioner's Guide

  title={Care Staff Management: A Practitioner's Guide},
  author={John Clements and Ewa Zarkowska},
Key Features of Work in Caring Services Understanding People at Work The STAR Model CREATING AND SUSTAINING MOTIVATION What Are We Here for? What's it Got to Do with Me? What Am I Here For? It's a Place to Learn Good People to Work with? The Right Frame of Mind CREATING AND SUSTAINING PERFORMANCE It Would Help if I Knew Remember...Remember It's Nice to Know that I've Achieved Something It's Nice to Be Appreciated ...And It May Help if You Put Your Money (Or Something Nice) Where Your Mouth Is… 
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The evaluation of periodic service review (PSR) as a practice leadership tool in services for people with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour
The results indicated that PSR was implemented regularly, scoring was based accurately on tangible evidence, and increased scores over time indicated service improvement in line with PSR principles.
Mediator analysis: an overview of recent research on carers supporting people with intellectual disability and challenging behavior.
  • D. Allen
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR
  • 1999
Factors which may impact on the effectiveness of interventions to people with intellectual disability and challenging behaviour are reviewed.
Practice Placements: A Cornerstone for Child and Youth Care Training
A model is presented to help understand the issues facing the student, the service provider, and the training institutes both prior to placement and during the actual duration of the practice placement itself.
The private sector
This chapter is concerned with the most rapidly growing sector of care — the private sector. Although in the care of elderly people this sector is mainly concerned with the provision of residential