Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) impacts on individuals and communities as well as housing providers for whom the costs can be considerable. It impacts negatively on health and safety, well-being and quality of life regardless of age but can cause older and vulnerable people particular anxiety or distress.
ASB related incidents have increased over recent years; partly due to the huge age range in some schemes where behaviours and tolerance may differ but also to older people feeling more confident in raising concerns. Housing providers need to develop strategies which identify and address ASB incidents particularly impacting on older people.
- Defining ASB
- The legal and regulatory framework
- Legal and non-legal measures
- Prevention and early intervention strategies
- Partnership working to develop effective solutions
- How to support residents including those with dementia or other mental health issues
- Staff training and support
If you are registered for the erosh Independent Living Standards, this training will help you achieve the following standard(s):
C22 Anti-Social Behaviour
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) impacts on individuals and communities as well as housing providers for whom the costs can be considerable. It impacts negatively on health and …