Challenging behaviour is when a person with learning disabilities exhibits behaviours that can place their safety – or that of others – in serious jeopardy. People who display challenging behaviour can enjoy a normal life when their condition is properly understood and they receive appropriate support.
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MPs call for CQC overhaul and Mental Health Act changes to address "horrific realities"
Today Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) condemns the “horrific reality” of conditions and treatment under which many young people with learning disabilities and autism are detained in mental health hospitals, “inflicting terrible suffering on those detained and causing anguish to their distraught families”.