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There is very little you can do to prevent most clients’ challenging behaviors.
It takes discipline and hard work to respond and not react to a client’s challenging behavior.
It is your responsibility to control how a client acts.
It is rare that something triggered a client’s challenging behavior.
What you do can sometimes make a challenging behavior worse, not better.
The more you know a client, the better you will be at working with any challenging behaviors.
Look for any health reason for a client’s challenging behavior first
Never walk away from a client during a challenging situation.
Asking other care team members for help with a challenging situation means YOU have not done your job.
If your first attempt at handling a challenging behavior doesn’t work, try something different.