• Reduces the risk of danger to the patient, staff, and other residents
  • Alleviates patient distress and “excess disability”
  • Improves quality of life
  • Reduces or eliminate psychotropic medication
  • Reduces level of detrimental stress for family, staff, and other residents
  • Promotes more efficient and productive unit activity

Specialized Treatment Service which has specific applications to psychiatric disturbances that often are of the most serious nature

The clinical psychologist develops the program over a series of evaluative/treatment sessions

Targeted behavior (e.g. hitting other residents and staff) is analyzed

A written summary is submitted with communication of the plan to direct care staff via mini in-services

Ongoing consultations are made until outcomes are achieved

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