Becoming easily irritated and then getting angry was interfering with another participant’s ability to be around people. Staff worked with the participant on strategies to use to take care of themselves when they started getting agitated. They improved to the point where they seldom had to find a quiet place and they were able to manage their emotions and stay around other participants. Staff also worked with this participant on setting up a personal hygiene program because staff noticed that the participant was arriving at the day program disheveled and with evidence of poor body and teeth hygiene. The participant also arrived many mornings complaining that they were hungry because they hadn’t eaten breakfast. They developed with staff a morning personal care routine poster to follow that could be posted at home to make sure that the participant took care of themselves properly each morning.