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describe safeguards that must be in place if restrictive physical interventions are used in a care home
Control Any individual with a learning disability may, at some point in their life, [ undergo physical restraint to minimise risk of harm to either themselves or another person. Physical intervention is only used in response to challenging behaviour and restricts the movement and mobility of the person concerned. Each social care facility, as part of best practice, should have in place
policies which reflect current legislation and case law, as well as government guidance and professional codes, as to when an individual requires control or restraint. ]
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