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Managing Risk Minimising Restraint Practice In Care Online CPD Training & Certificate £9.99

£19.99 £9.99

This online restraint course module will help you to think about restraint:

what it means for you and what it might mean to others, and some ideas that could help your practice.

 

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Kerote Ltd Accredited Provider No # 777104This online restraint course module will help you to think about restraint:

what it means for you and what it might mean to others, and some ideas that could help your practice.

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Learning OutcomesMental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Managing Risk Minimising Restraint Practice

  • What is restraint
  • Different types of restraint
  • Understanding when to use restraint techniques
  • How to reduce the need for restraint

Duration

60 mins

Refresher Requirements

Refreshed under your company guidelines, local and national authoritative guidelines and any regulatory requirements

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Managing risk, minimising restraint

  • Many different actions can constitute restraint, ranging from physically holding someone to unintentionally leaving their walking frame out of reach.
  • Understanding what restraint is, and the occasions on which it is acceptable is the first step towards minimising its use. The Mental Capacity Act (2005) provides some clear guidance.
  • Using a five-step framework will help with making informed decisions in situations where the use of restraint is being considered. The five steps are: observe, do some detective work, consider the options, implement the plan, monitor and review the plan.
  • Supporting residents to take positive risks helps increase they’re well being as well as reducing reliance on restraint to maintain their safety.
  • Talking openly about restraint with residents, relatives and staff will help promote good practice.
  • Using the physical environment to promote a sense of well being can help avoid some of the situations that result in the use of restraint.
  • Care staff need opportunities to develop their skills and knowledge and to share learning about how to respond to the challenges they face.
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