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Title: Emergency Safety Intervention


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Emergency Safety Intervention

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Emergency Safety Intervention
  • Emergency Immediate danger
  • Safety Immediate danger of student harming self
    or others
  • Intervention Restraint or seclusion should only
    be used for limited periods of time an should
    cease immediately when the immediate danger of
    harm to self or others has dissipated.

3
Emergency Safety Intervention
  • The use of seclusion or physical restraint when a
    student presents an immediate danger to self or
    others. Violent action that is destructive to
    property may necessitate the use of ESI.

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Prohibited Restraints
  • Certain restraints are prohibited
  • Face down-prone physical restraints
  • Face up-supine-pr
  • Physical Restraints that obstructs airway
  • Physical Restraints that impacts students
    primary mode of communication
  • Restraining hands of student who sign
  • Gagging a student
  • Covering student mouth with tape
  • Chemical restraints
  • Use of mechanical restraints (with
    exceptions-SRO)

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Special definitions apply
  • Definitions can be found in K.A.R.91-32-1
  • Seclusion-requires 3 conditions
  • Student placed in enclosed area by school staff
  • Student purposefully isolated from adults and
    peers
  • Student is prevented from leaving or reasonably
    believes prevented from leaving, the enclosed
    area
  • Chemical Restraint-use of medication to control
    students violent behavior
  • Mechanical Restraint-any device or object used to
    limit a students movement
  • Physical Restraint-bodily force used to
    substantially limit students movement
  • Physical Escort-temporary touching or holding of
    students hand, wrist, arm, back or shoulder to
    induce student to walk to safe location. This is
    not considered restraint.

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Is time-out considered seclusion?
  • Not when used as defined in K.A.R. 91-42-1
  • Time-out means a behavioral intervention in
    which a student is temporarily removed from a
    learning activity without being confined.

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MUST HAVE POLICY
  • Includes all areas required by regulations
  • Policy must be available on the district website
    with links on all individual school pages AND one
    of the following
  • Each schools code of conduct
  • School safety plan
  • Student handbook

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MUST HAVE TRAINING
  • All staff must be trained to varying degrees
    depending on their positions
  • All staff must be trained regarding the use of
    PBS strategies, de-escalation techniques, and
    prevention techniques.
  • Training must be consistent wit nationally
    recognized training programs on the use of ESI.
  • Each school building must keep documentation of
    the training that was provided and the list of
    participants.
  • CPI-at least 2 individuals in each building
    trained (principal, assistant principal, lead
    teacher)-Recommended by KASB

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MUST KEEP DOCUMENTATION
  • Each building must maintain documentation of the
    following any time ESI is used.
  • Date and time of intervention
  • Duration
  • Location
  • Type of ESI used Seclusion/Restraint
  • Persons involved
  • Description

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MUST NOTIFY PARENT
  • Written documentation within 2 school days

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MUST REVIEW DOCUMENTATION
  • Each building principal must review all ESI
    documentation at least once per year with
    appropriate staff members to consider
    appropriateness of the use of ESI

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REPORTING TO KSDE REQUIRED
  • All districts are required to report all instance
    of ESI in format prescribed by KSDE and at times
    prescribed by KSDE.
  • KSDE focuses on PREVENTION.
  • KSDE does NOT promote the use of ESI with any
    student.
  • ESI is NOT an acceptable alternative to
    prevention.

13
LOCAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS
  • Try informal resolution first-still have to
    provide report of informal resolution to board of
    education, superintendent, and KSDE
  • Parents can file written complaint with clerk
  • Board investigates complaint and makes
    determination
  • Must be done within 30 days
  • Board must send copy or report to KSDE, school
    and parents

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APPLIES TO ALL STUDENTS
  • ESI regulations do not apply to just special
    education students-now apply to regular education
    students as well
  • NO EXCEPTION FOR ALTERCATIONS
  • This applies to extra curricular events
  • This applies to Pre-K
  • This applies to school sponsored before or after
    school programs

15
Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Department of Education firmly believes that one
    case of inappropriate use of restraint or
    seclusionis one case too many

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Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Purpose
  • Clearance
  • Safety
  • No evidence of effectiveness

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Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Prevention
  • Imminent danger
  • All Children
  • Not Punishment
  • Document
  • No Harm or restriction of breathing

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Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Underlying Cause
  • Effective Alternatives
  • Mechanical-Drug-Medication
  • Dignity Free from abuse
  • Review Multiple uses

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Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Training Alternatives and imminent harm
  • Visual monitoring
  • Parents Informed of policies
  • Parents Notification

20
Restraint Seclusion Key Concepts
  • Regular review of policies
  • Documentation and use of data

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