Are there any risk-enhancing or protective factors?

Factors such as the following have an impact on clients' well-being: policy relating to the composition of the group, the team (both qualitative and quantitative), task distribution in the team, team turnover, the way care is organized, how people work together, how the staff are managed and the availability of experts. An example of a protective factor is a proper structuring of daily activities in qualitative and quantitative terms and the approach to leisure time. Behaviour may be disrupted if this structure is lacking.