Posted: Wed, 11/12/2014 - 2:17pm Updated: Mon, 05/22/2017 - 10:16am

 

1. Seclusion Restraint Plan: Understanding the Law & Rule - Public

Presented by:
Joan McCormick
joancmccormick@gmail.com

This video is an overview of SEA 345 and what is required of accredited public schools as it relates to Seclusion and Restraint planning. This video session includes: what Seclusion and Restraint is and what it is not, what should be included in a school’s plan, training and monitoring requirements and how parents must be informed. This particular video looks at the SEA 345 requirements from a public schools lens.

 

2. Seclusion Restraint Plan: Understanding the Law & Rule - Non Public

Presented by:
John F. Elcesser, Executive Director
Indiana Non-Public Education Association
jelcesser@inpea.org

This video is an overview of SEA 345 and what is required of accredited non-public schools as it relates to Seclusion and Restraint planning. This video session includes: what Seclusion and Restraint is and what it is not, what should be included in a school’s plan, training and monitoring requirements and how parents must be informed. This particular video looks at the SEA 345 requirements from a non-public schools lens.
 
 

3. Seclusion and Restraint Plan: De-Escalation Techniques

Presented by:
Gail I. Kahl, MA
CEO/President
Opportunities for Positive Growth, Inc
GKahl@opgrowth.com

If you encountered an angry male who is 250 pounds and more than 6 feet tall, what would you naturally do to attempt to calm this person?
This module is designed to prepare educators to support a student who moves from being calm and reasonable to being agitated and combative. Regardless of the student's physical size, being successful in the use of the techniques in this presentation will most often alleviate the need to place your hands on a student.
 
 

4. Structured Classroom Environment: Proactive Planning

Presented by:
Dr. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D
Director, Indiana Resource Center for Autism
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
Indiana University
prattc@indiana.edu

Proactive planning and programming can assist in decreasing the occurrence of problematic behaviors for all students, including those who present the greatest challenge. Proactive strategies are always more efficient and can lead to longer term behavioral change. In this brief presentation, a few strategies are highlighted including using visual supports, structuring of the classroom and academic environment, and implementing evidence-based instructional strategies.