Placement of Seclusion and Restraint Rooms

By Margaret Knight posted 02-11-2010 12:10 PM

  
In general having these rooms in a quiet place reduces the stimuli and preserves the dignity of the individual. In addition, other patients may experience less anxiety and disruption. This said, a staff person is then assigned to be in that quiet area to assure the safety of the patient and to be sure his/her immediate needs are met. Hope this helps.
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