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  • seclusion
  • FALMOUTH - On June 4, after months of meetings, legislative hearings and the governor's signature, the state Department of Education will file a new version of its rule governing the use of restraints and seclusion in schools. (theforecaster.net)
  • Davis and other parents and student advocates say that the new Chapter 33 - the rule governing restraints and seclusion - is a dramatic improvement over the old version. (theforecaster.net)
  • The major changes to Chapter 33 include clearer definitions of restraint and seclusion. (theforecaster.net)
  • The changes to Chapter 33 limit the use of restraints and seclusion to situations in which "a student presents imminent risk of injury or harm to the student or others" and where less intensive interventions been unsuccessful. (theforecaster.net)
  • The new rule also strengthens the complaint process for parents - no such process had even been required under the old rule - and ensures that incidents involving restraint or seclusion will be followed up with debriefings for staff and students involved. (theforecaster.net)
  • significantly
  • In the 1993 cohort activities of daily living (ADL) scores, cognitive performance scale (CPS) scores, age, taking antipsychotic medications, a history of falls, and mobility problems were resident-level variables significantly associated with the use of restraints. (nih.gov)
  • Full-time-equivalent (FTE) nurse aides per resident, FTE RNs per resident, average occupancy, Herfindahl index, Alzheimer's special care unit, and Medicaid reimbursement policy were facility-level variables significantly associated with the use of restraints. (nih.gov)
  • Family caregivers were aware of significantly fewer recognized prohibited physical restraint procedures and recognized harmful effects of physical restraint than home care providers, and differences among home care providers were significant. (beds.ac.uk)
  • The average importance rating from 1 ( least ) to 5 ( most ) of the 17 reasons for requiring physical restraints was significantly higher among family caregivers than home care providers, and significantly different among the home care providers. (beds.ac.uk)
  • results
  • The purposes of this article are (1) to identify resident and facility risk factors for the use of physical restraints since the implementation of the Nursing Home Reform Act (NHRA), and (2) to compare these results with resident and facility risk factors for the use of physical restraints prior to the implementation of the NHRA. (nih.gov)
  • literature
  • We wished to review the literature published in scientific peer-reviewed journals describing studies on the use of physical restraint in Norway, in order to identify the current state of knowledge and directions for future research. (uit.no)
  • types
  • We propose that, to date, the NHRA may have been successful in reducing the use of physical restraints, but it appears to have had less impact on the types of residents who are restrained. (nih.gov)