Person-centred active support - increasing choice, promoting independence and reducing challenging behaviour.

@article{BeadleBrown2012PersoncentredAS,
  title={Person-centred active support - increasing choice, promoting independence and reducing challenging behaviour.},
  author={Julie Beadle-Brown and Aislinn Hutchinson and Beckie Whelton},
  journal={Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities : JARID},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={291-307}
}
BACKGROUND Previous research has found that active support is effective at increasing levels of participation in activities and supporting a good quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. However, there has been little research on the effect of active support on other outcome measures. METHODS This study uses observational methodology, combined with staff-rated measures, to explore the impact of the implementation of person-centred active support on the lives of 30 people… CONTINUE READING