Reducing restrictive practices

What is a Restrictive Practice?

A practice, device or action that removes another person’s freedom or interferes with another person’s ability to make a decision. Restrictive practices must be authorised by the NT Senior Practitioner and implemented as part of a positive behaviour support plan.

Types of Restrictive Practice;

  • Physical restraint
  • Chemical restraint
  • Environmental restraint
  • Mechanical restraint
  • Seclusion

Eunoia Lane is committed to reducing and eliminating the use of restrictive practices, and providing supports to you in an environment that is free from the threat of harm, injury or maltreatment. Our people are trained in identifying and reporting instances of unauthorised use of restrictive practices.

Our people, clients and carers should be aware that any allegations or suspected instances of unauthorised use of restrictive practices, may be reported to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Phone: 1800 035 544

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