Understanding Brain Injury & How to Work with People with ABI - Series 2

Understanding Brain Injury & How to Work with People with ABI - Series 2
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Series 2, Lecture 1: Physical Aggression during Showering
The first lecture in Series 2 discusses a man named Michael, who displayed physical aggression towards carers during showering. The lecture commences by using the ABC model to understand Michael's…
Series 2, Lecture 2: Part 1 Repetitive Questioning and Verbal Aggression
The second lecture in Series 2 is divided into two parts for ease of viewing. The lecture discusses a man named Adam, who displayed significant levels of repetitive questioning and…
Series 2, Lecture 2: Part 2 Repetitive Questioning and Verbal Aggression
The second lecture in Series 2 is divided into two parts for ease of viewing. The lecture discusses a man named Adam, who displayed significant levels of repetitive questioning and…

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Series 2, Lecture 1: Physical Aggression during Showering
The first lecture in Series 2 discusses a man named Michael, who displayed physical aggression towards carers during showering. The lecture commences by using the ABC model to understand Michael's challenging behaviours, including the antecedents to, and consequences of, the behaviours. The lecture then outlines the Positive Behaviour Support Plan…