Stress and wellbeing among professionals working with people with neurodevelopmental disorders. Review and intervention perspectives

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Supporting individuals with NDD is extremely demanding, with significant exposure to
critical contexts and events, and painful ongoing experiences. Stress and burnout condition
is a main concern with growing interest in research, despite the lack of consensus on
theoretical explanatory models and modification standards.
The paper provides an up-to-date review of risk factors and involved processes, and presents
evidence-based procedures and protocols to implement effective preventive actions
addressing both organizational and individual factors. The aim is to offer a global understanding
of the subject and offer examples of practical plans to increase the impact on
the quality of life of clients and staff members.

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Mauro Leoni

Laura Alzani

Davide Carvevali

Roberto Cavagnola

Giuseppe Chiodelli

Serafino Corti

Francesco Fioriti

Maria Laura Galli

Giovanni Michelini

Giovanni Miselli

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Leoni, M., Alzani, L., Carvevali, D., Cavagnola, R., Chiodelli, G., Corti, S., Fioriti, F., Galli, M. L., Michelini, G., & Miselli, G. (2020). Stress and wellbeing among professionals working with people with neurodevelopmental disorders. Review and intervention perspectives. Annali dell’Istituto Superiore Di Sanità, 56(2), 215-221. Retrieved from https://annali.iss.it/index.php/anna/article/view/1096
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