Brief guide: Positive behaviour support for people with ...
1. Provider’s strategy, policy and procedures for managing behaviour that challenges. 2. Care records to confirm people with behaviour that challenges have had a recent holistic assessment and an individualised behaviour support plan(or equivalent) which is reviewed regularly. 3. Observations or records of staff activity demonstrating:
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