Report: Few parents consent to restraint, seclusion

05/7/2009 | Disability Scoop

Parents did not agree to the use of seclusion or restraint on their children with disabilities in more than 70% of cases, according to a Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates report. Most of the incidents uncovered in the report occurred in classes exclusively for children with disabilities and where behavioral-intervention plans were not already in place.

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