What is it about?
This is an article to encourage nurses to use the TROG assessments. This assessment can help engagement. Reducing barriers to services. Many mental health patients with a learning disability complain of poor engagement. They believe that staff talking too much asking too many questions at once. Conducting a TROG2 will help to work together.
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Why is it important?
Because it is new and important use of a test
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This page is a summary of: TROG: a communication test for service users, Learning Disability Practice, January 2020, RCNi, DOI: 10.7748/ldp.23.1.14.s13.
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The printed article was originally a blog article in 2019 Learning disability practice blog. 2019. Communication: one test that can keep people with mild learning disabilities engaged. [ONLINE] Available at: https://rcni.com/learning-disability-practice/opinion/comment/communication-one-test-can-keep-people-mild-learning-disabilities-engaged-156306#.XfuQmYInIvY.link. [Accessed 19 December 2019]
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