restraint & seclusion

10 RESTRAINT & SECLUSION TIPS FOR PARENTS

8) LEARN FROM OTHERS

Reading news stories about others’ accounts may help provide critical insights. While stories may be difficult to read, learning from the experiences of others serves to protect your child. Here are some tips:
::  Sign up for GOOGLE ALERTS. Get alerts on key words like “Autistic Student,” “Student With Autism,” “School + Autism,” “Teacher + Abuse,” “Restraint + School,” “Abuse + School.” Google alerts will email you a link to relevant news stories.
:: Join groups. Support groups; social media; discussion boards - all of these sources may help you connect with those who can offer tips and advice. To join NAA’s restraint and seclusion Facebook group, click here.
Much of the above content was developed by The Alliance to Prevent Restraint, Aversive Interventions & Seclusion (APRAIS), of which NAA is a member. For more in-depth information, visit Tash.org & download its free Parent Toolkit: Shouldn’t School Be Safe?
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