Reducing the Use of Restricted Practices
The National Institute of Intellectual Disability Studies is an Irish company, with a deep commitment and proven track record of reducing the use of restrictive practices in services for people with disabilities and schools. We are BILD certified and accredited with the Restraint Reduction Network UK.
Governance arrangements must be in place within the centre, to monitor the use of restrictive practices and ensure that the rights of individuals using the service are always protected and promoted. The setting must promote a restraint-free environment for children and adults in their service with a specific aim to reduce or eliminate the use of restrictive practices wherever possible. The centre must ensure that the appropriate resources, such as trained workforce, are in place.
What is Restrictive Practice?
Restrictive practices in health and social care refer to the implementation of any practice or practices that restrict an individual’s movement, liberty and/or freedom to act independently without coercion or consequence (RCN, 2013).
HIQA Report ‘Restraint Procedures 2016’, defines Restrictive Practices as a restraint or practice that:
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Toolkit: Reducing the Use of Restrictive Practices
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