What is a restrictive practice?

A restrictive practice is a practice that is used to limit or control an individuals behaviour. These practices are always used as a last resort to ensure the safety of the client and others around them. There are specific requirements for assessing the need for a restrictive practice and for reporting such practices to both the Quality and Safeguard Commission and NSW Family and Community Services. Your Behaviour Support Practitioner is legally required to follow these guidelines.

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