Information sheet from Challenging Behaviour Foundation

by Stuart on 6 July 2011

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation has published a new information sheet for family carers which we are very happy to plug.
‘Ten top tips’ provides

  • basic legal information including getting an assessment of needs and a care plan, and the role of allocation panels
  • practical information and advice to families concerned about cuts in funding for support and services.

It will also be useful to families concerned that their relative is receiving poor quality support.

The information sheet has been written for family carers whose relative is aged 18 years or above and has severe learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging. Each ‘top tip’ is accompanied by action points which family carers can take to ensure their relative receives good support and services.

To download a copy of the new information sheet visit the Foundation’s website
The link to the sheet is on the lower left sidebar, under “Resources”

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