Good staff training is essential when restraint of those with a learning disability is necessary

The use of physical interventions, or restraint, to manage challenging behaviours presented by adults and children with a learning disability, is a matter of considerable concern to professionals, care staff, family members and those responsible for implementing government policy.

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