Prone restraint means a restraint in which a student is held face down on the floor. Use of Restraint and Seclusion - JGAB 1-3 The use of physical restraint and/or seclusion is only permitted as part of a behavioral support plan when other less restrictive interventions would not be effective and the student’s behavior poses a threat of imminent, serious physical harm to the student or others. Except in the case of an emergency, only staff current in the required training in accordance with the district-designated physical restraint and seclusion training program will implement physical restraint or seclusion with a student. In an emergency, physical restraint and/or seclusion may also be used by a school administrator, teacher, or other school employee as necessary when the student’s behavior imposes a reasonable threat of imminent, serious bodily injury to the student or others. The use of physical restraint/seclusion under these circumstances is only allowed so long as the student’s behavior poses a threat of imminent, serious physical harm to themselves or to others. Any student being restrained or secluded within the district whether in an emergency or as a part of a plan shall be constantly monitored by staff for the duration of the intervention. Any room used for seclusion of a student must allow staff full view of the student in all areas of the room and be free of potentially hazardous conditions such as unprotected light fixtures and electrical outlets. The district shall utilize the Oregon Intervention System (OIS) or the Mandt System training program of physical restraints and seclusion for use in the district. As required by State regulation, the selected program shall include: behavior support, prevention, de-escalation, and crisis response techniques. Any program selected by the district must be in compliance with state and federal law with respect to the use of restraint and/or seclusion. An annual review of the use of physical restraint and seclusion, including a review of all district cases involving restraint and/or seclusion, shall be completed to ensure compliance with district policies and procedures. The result of the annual review shall be documented and shall include at a minimum: 1. The total number of incidents of restraint; 2. The total number of incidents of seclusion; 3. The total number of seclusions in a locked room; 4. The total number of students placed in physical restraint; 5. The total number of students placed in restraint and/or seclusion more than 10 times in a school year; 6. The total number of restraint and seclusion incidents carried out by untrained individuals;
Prone restraint shall not be used unless the licensee, on an individual child basis, obtains and maintains documentation in accordance with 606 CMR 3.07(7)(j)15.
Prone restraint means physical or mechanical restraint while the student is in the face-down position for an extended period of time.
Prone restraint in which a student is placed face down on the floor or other surface, and physical pressure is applied to the student’s body to keep the student in the prone position.
Prone restraint" means all items or measures used to limit or control the movement or normal functioning of any portion, or all, of an individual's body while the individual is in a face-down position for an extended period of time.
Prone restraint shall mean a physical restraint in which a student is placed face down on the floor or another surface, and physical pressure is applied to the student’s body to keep the student in the face-down position.
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Prone restraint means a physical restraint in which a child is held face down on the floor.
Prone restraint means the restraint of an individual facedown. (o) "Regularly and continuously work under contract" means that term as defined in section 1230. (p) "Restraint" means an action that prevents or significantly restricts a pupil's movement. Restraint does
Prone restraint means a physical restraint in which a child is held face down on the floor. [ARC 9488B, IAB 5/4/11, effective 7/1/11] 441—105.2(232) Buildings and grounds. 105.2(1) Grounds. a. An outdoor play area of 75 square feet per child shall be provided. b. The play area shall be identified and kept free from hazards that could cause injury to a child. c. Rubbish and trash shall be kept separated from the play area. d. The grounds shall be adequately drained. 105.2(2) Buildings. a. All living areas shall: Ch 105, p.2 Human Services IAC 11/2/11
Prone restraint means all items or measures used to limit or control the movement or normal functioning of any portion, or all of an individual's body while the individual is in a face-down position for an extended period of time. Prone restraint includes manual or physical restraint with devices.