The challenge of achieving enduring change
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The challenge of achieving enduring change

Hazel Powell Community Learning Disability Charge Nurse, Herdmanflat Hospital, East Lothian
Karen McKenzie Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Herdmanflat Hospital, East Lothian
George Murray Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Galashiels, Borders
Bridget Sinclair Clinical Development Manager, Dingleton Hospital, Borders Primary Care NHS Trust

Hazel Powell and colleagues review the achievements of an innovative outreach service for clients with severely challenging behaviour

The settings in which interventions for people with challenging behaviour take place can vary greatly according to the nature of the behaviour and the skills and needs of the carers.

Learning Disability Practice. 6, 6, 8-11. doi: 10.7748/ldp2003.07.6.6.8.c1531

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