This study examined the effects of a staff-training intervention on
the use of engagement procedures by direct-care staff who worked
with adults with developmental disabilities. The intervention
consisted of a mini-workshop, observation and feedback to staff
members, on-the-job coaching of staff members, and a lottery
incentive program. The intervention was implemented within two
different types of day programs. In both types of day programs, the
intervention increased the use of engagement procedures by staff
members and produced both an increase in the clients' engagement
and a reduction in the clients' inappropriate behaviors.
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