CQC: Out of sight? Who cares — a human rights issue | by Care Quality Commission | Oct, 2020

At the end of 2018 the Secretary of State for Health and Care commissioned us to look at restrictive practices in hospital and social care settings — we knew from the outset that human rights would be fundamental to this work Read Blog in full at Source: CQC: Out of sight? Who cares — aContinue reading “CQC: Out of sight? Who cares — a human rights issue | by Care Quality Commission | Oct, 2020”

Touch, Physical Restraint and Therapeutic Containment in Residential Child Care

Abstract By Laura Steckley, British Journal of Social Work, published July 7, 2011 The relationship between touch and physical restraint in residential child care is not well understood. Theories of therapeutic containment offer insight into the practice of physical restraint, the place of touch in residential child care practice and the impact of wider fearsContinue reading “Touch, Physical Restraint and Therapeutic Containment in Residential Child Care”