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chargerfan21
chargerfan21 asks:
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can a teacher's aid put hands on student

can a teacher or a teacher aid put hands on a student in special ed, even to put him or her outside on a time out? I heard that there are laws that allow it only if they are certified. does anyone know what this certification is called?"
In Topics: School and Academics, Working with my child's teacher(s)
> 60 days ago

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amsantoso79
amsantoso79 writes:
definitely not!!!!!
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Munemj
Munemj writes:
Absolutely not.  No one in any school no matter what their qualifications can lay a hand on a child.
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Soreil
Soreil writes:
Only if it is in a behavior intervention plan and only if the aide has been trained in the safe and effective response and techniques.  I am a special education teacher with students who exhibit severe behaviors and we have a plan to follow before putting the child in restrictive hold and only in the case where there is imminent harm to the child or to anther person.
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Soreil
Soreil writes:
Crisis Prevention Institute-- CPI training and certification
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