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A narrative response to violence and abuse in an accommodation setting for people with cerebral palsy— Natalie Morton

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A narrative response to violence and abuse in an accommodation setting for people with cerebral palsy— Natalie Morton

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This paper describes the use of narrative ideas in response to violence and abuse in an accommodation setting for people with cerebral palsy. There had been reports of verbal and physical abuse between residents, and staff reported feeling unequipped to respond to these behaviours. A community assignment approach (White, 2005) was adopted, using externalising and re-authoring maps, definitional ceremonies and documentation to support rich double-storied identity description. This case example demonstrates how this approach supported the mobilising of individuals and a community to respond to concerns about abuse and violence and increase community wellbeing.

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