By Sally Austen, Dave Jeffery
Hard behaviours, akin to aggression and violence, are extra universal in deaf humans than listening to humans. Filling an important hole within the overseas marketplace, this publication will allure both to those that paintings sometimes or fullyyt with Deaf or listening to impaired consumer teams of every age.
Multi-disciplinary execs with expert wisdom of operating with deaf humans discover points of light to serious tough behaviour as regards to its reason, overview, prevention and administration.
This publication could be of relevance to execs and carers curious about the supply of tangible and power aggression administration within the fields of
- Mental well-being
- Learning incapacity
- Speech and language treatment
- Prison and forensic prone
overseas members, supplying a wealth of simply available wisdom, ponder this tremendous heterogeneous team from neurological, behavioural, socio-political, provider person, psychodynamic and systemic views.
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Additional resources for Deafness and Challenging Behaviour: The 360 Perspective
With this in mind a framework to conceptualise deafness that attempts to identify the variation in factors that govern perception, experience and socialisation UNRAVELLING THE ANOMALY OF DEAFNESS 29 of the condition, both positive and negative, is suggested. However, as with any framework, it is important to note that there is always the danger of oversimplification. Essentially, this framework works on the assumption that a late-onset deafened person may be more likely to conceptualise things from a ‘hearing world’ perspective and a congenitally deaf person more likely to conceptualise things from a ‘Deaf world’ perspective.
Austen and D. Jeffery © 2007 John Wiley & Sons Ltd 34 DEAFNESS AND CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR areas of deficit within organisational systems. The authors offer suggestions to bridge current gaps in service provision. It is argued that lack of appropriate support for staff that have experienced trauma or VT can result in less effective risk assessment and de-escalation, which in turn increases the prevalence of challenging behaviour. The chapter is aimed at all MHPs working with, or exposed to, challenging behaviour.
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