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Iris Care Group is transparent about all its policies

 

Our policies link to the legal frameworks we have to follow: the Mental Health Act, the Mental Capacity Act, and the Human Rights Act. They are all reviewed each year in response to changes in either the law or health and social care regulations.

Iris Care Group’s restrictive practice policies are all designed to support the Restraint Reduction Network’s 6 core strategies for restraint reduction.

If you wish to know any more about a specific policy area please email us using the contact form below and we will be happy to share our policy information with you.

Ues of Restrictive Physical Interventions (Restraint) at Iris Care Group

 

Restrictive physical intervention, also known as restraint or physical restraint, is only ever used when all other attempts to keep a person safe have failed. At Iris Care Group we spend a lot of time and resource trying to reduce the use of restraint.

Restraint involves physically limiting or restricting a person’s movement in order to keep them safe and to keep other people safe in the event of an incident involving serious physical aggression or a serious attempt at self harm. We may also sometimes be required to use restrictive physical intervention to provide personal care, to preserve the dignity and safety of people who cannot consent to or undertake their own personal care.

You can read more about the use of restraint at Iris Care Group by clicking here.

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