Challenging behaviour is a term used to describe a set of behaviours displayed by people with severe learning challenges, dementia, mental health issues, children, or anybody else. When needs are not addressed, concern behaviours are expressed.

Behaviours of concerning could include:

  • Harm to self and others such as head banging, hair pulling, hitting, hand biting and eye poking.
  • Consuming foreign objects such as batteries, pen lids, socks and cigarette butts.
  • Destructive behaviours such as tearing things up, throwing things and breaking furniture.
  • Others include stripping naked in public, smearing, and spitting.

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