Lifestyle gains linked to positive behaviour support
A new study shows the wider lifestyle benefits associated with PBS-based approaches and the need to capitalise on these gains
A new study shows the wider lifestyle benefits associated with positive behaviour support-based approaches and the need to capitalise on these gains
Service developments in the UK have sought to advance the application of positive behaviour support (PBS) as an intervention model to reduce behaviours of concern and improve the quality of life of people with a learning disability.
Previous research and evaluations have reported PBS to be associated with improvements in behaviour and, less consistently, quality of life.
A Welsh study looked at the use of PBS in a multidisciplinary, community-based, intensive support service to understand more fully its wider impact...
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