Managing Dysregulated Behaviour: Example Risk Assessment

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Last update: December 8, 2022

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An example of a completed risk assessment focusing on emotional dysregulation to support staff with writing a personalised risk assessment for a child or young person. 

There is an editable version of the Individual Risk Assessment available in our resources section. 

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