Predictors of Restrictive Reactive Strategy Use in People with Challenging Behaviour

  title={Predictors of Restrictive Reactive Strategy Use in People with Challenging Behaviour},
  author={David G Allen and Kathy Lowe and Sam Brophy and Kate Moore},
Background Intrusive reactive strategies (physical restraint, emergency medication and seclusion) are frequently used procedures in the management of challenging behaviour. The present study identifies predictors for reactive strategy use in an attempt to more clearly delineate at risk service users. Method Eight hundred and thirty-nine agencies and service settings in a large area of South Wales were screened to identify children and adults with challenging behaviour against a number of… CONTINUE READING


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