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    Within the special education setting, students can sometimes act out, or possibly do something that could harm himself or herself or another student. What do we as teachers do? Many teachers have found methods of restraint and seclusion when the student needs it. Over the years there have been many cases of using restraint and seclusion and having it turn into abuse. By more cases of abuse from restraint and seclusion there have been laws set in place in order to make sure the student, teacher, and other students stay safe. According to Laura Strunk (2014), only 40% of restraint and seclusion incidents are ever recorded. Many teachers do not tell the parents the child needed to be restrained and for what reason. In the rest of Strunks article…

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    Psychiatric Restraints

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    Relatively little research has been done on the use of restraints on the aging adult; this paper will be a comparative tool to show the different forms that are currently being used, its effects on the population and the interventions that are successfully integrated. Psychiatric patients sometimes undergo a phase of aggression and violence because of their mental health problems for example dementia. Management of such patients is a difficult task for nurses. Restraints or seclusion are come…

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    In contrast, the opposition may argue that despite the controversy behind the use of physical restraints, this method should be used as it promotes older adults’ beneficence and efficient delivery of care. In the article “Characteristics of Nursing Home Residents and Physical Restraint: A Systematic Literature Review” by Hofmann & Hahn (2014). They claim that, “Even though the application of physical restraint is highly controversial, the prevalence rates show that it is a common intervention to…

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    Patient restraints This research on patient restraints was conducted in the New Jersey State Division of Mental Health Services when one hospital unit had averaging 36 restraint episodes per month. As per their study, “the most commonly used management strategies were physical restraint (44%), sedation (35%), and seclusion (20%)” (Sclafani et al., 2008, p.32). Their study concluded that seclusion and restraint could even result in patient’s death. Clinical question: Are we following good ethical…

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    1. Colorado requires proper car restrains for children under 8 Colorado law defines a “child restraint system” (car seats and booster seats) as: a specially designed seating system that is designed to protect, hold, or restrain a child in a motor vehicle in such a way as to prevent or minimize injury to the child in the event of a motor vehicle accident that is either permanently affixed to a motor vehicle or is affixed to such vehicle by a safety belt or a universal attachment system, and that…

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    This very situation had happened in a case study done to remove restraints but raise awareness of alternatives to fall prevention. According to Nursing Homes, a Canadian trade publication magazine who has been in print since 1990 Eastern State Hospital initiated a reduction program to remove the use of physical restraints in their facility. This project they explain is a never-ending work offering staff education and training often, in alternatives to restraints. While the hospital cut the…

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    we had spoken to Lisa Edwards a Certified Nursing Assistance in the state of Indiana for over seventeen years. Accepting awards such as perfect attendance and C.N.A of the month several times Lisa explains as a certified nursing assistant that she has used countless types of restraints chemical restraints, physical restraints…

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    physical restraints in long-term care facilities and home care is still relevant in Canada as reports suggest a physical restraint use prevalence of 13.2% nationwide (Freeman, Spirgiene, Martin-Khan, & Hirdes, 2017). Despite available evidence indicating that physical restraints use does not decrease the incidence of falls, the most commonly cited reason for such interventions is to prevent injuries from falls (Möhler & Meyer, 2014; Shanahan, 2012). Accordingly, it is appropriate to further…

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    Legalities and Ethics in the Use of Restraint and Seclusion in the Educational Setting Using seclusion and restraint techniques to deal with students with severe behavioral issues has become a very polemic topic in the education world. It has been divided in two groups, those who believe that could be beneficial to students and those who believe that it takes away the rights and dignity of students. According to Scheuermann, Peterson, Ryan and Billingsley (2016) the Autism National Committee…

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    Lip Chain Case Study

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    4) List and evaluate alternatives. The alternatives to keeping horses calm without using a lip chain would be to either be more aggressive with the chain under the jaw or above the nose, or to drug them which is not a longer term solution rather and a quick fix at each show. 5) Select the best course of action. The best course of action is to stay with the chain under the jaw or over the nose. It can control a horse to an extent. The horses that need the lip chain will still act up, but they…

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