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Shakyra Diaz, Policy Director of the ACLU of Ohio, examines the new state policy regarding use of seclusion rooms and restraints in Ohio public schools and she also discusses the issues around routine shackling of youth appearing in juvenile court
Hear from witnesses to the seclusion and restraint of a Coalinga State Hospital patient, Riccardo King, who was forcibly medicated and tied down to a bed for a few weeks. The man was unable to understand commands, yet was being verbally and physically abused. Another sad story of abuse/neglect at CSH is presented.
Then, hear from a man who successfully exited CSH in 2012, when his "SVP" case was dropped in Los Angeles County court. Clem reports in and discusses his life now, in Texas.
Dr. Greene's guest on today's program was David Colton, Ph.D., a renowned expert on cultural changes in behavioral health care organizations that can contribute to the reduction of the use of seclusion and restraint, a topic on which Dr. Colton lectures internationally. Dr. Colton's expertise was very much in evidence on this program...a must-listen for any organization trying to reduce or eliminate restraint and seclusion!
Dr. Greene's guests on this program were Darcy Gruttadaro, JD, the Director of the Child & Adolescent Action Center at the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and Howard Trachtman, the immediate past co-chair of the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership's consumer advisory council. He is also a board member of NAMI-Massachusetts, and is on the executive co
Unlawful Restraint and Seclusion, Special Needs Legislation, Autism Insurance Laws, Secondary Education Advocacy with Mae Wilkinson http://www.examiner.com/pu
Michelle Bradshaw, a Native New Yorker born and raised in the Bronx by her mother and stepfather. Middle child of three girls, who often felt unheard, so she began writing Poetry at age 13 as a result of her experiences. By the age of 19 her poems took on a lyrical form and she found another outlet in songwriting. She’s always felt awkward in crowds and uncomfortable in her own skin, causing her to become a loner. She spent many years keeping people at a distance, and slowly drifting into seclusion that would soon lead to depression. She’s had her share of emotional battles and now she has emerged on the other side. She has a voice and so much to share about her life's experiences. She wrote Who I Am for self-healing. It is a reflection of her experiences. She was ready to share her most intimate feelings; to connect with anyone who could relate to them. She has words to relate to the young girl raised without her dad, the teenager trying to find her way and anyone who has loved, hurt or been through emotional trauma. Tune in October 26th 6 pm EST. with Host Diandra as she talks with Author Michelle Bradshaw about her book Who I Am, and healing from emotional pain.
This weekend Sarah Palin spoke up about what the establishment GOP (the "ruling elite") is doing to Sen. Ted Cruz, after Fox News' Chris Wallace said he'd been approached by several GOPers with opposition research data on Cruz. TONIGHT on my radio show, we take a look at how destroying the reputation of good leaders has been developed into a science and high art. By whom? The KGB. How? We'll delve into deliberate disinformation with Ron Rychlak, co-author of a tell-all with Soviet bloc intelligence official Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa who defected to the West in 1978 and given political asylum. He lives in seclusion in the US under an assumed name. Also, the fear tactics used by the media to keep you disinformed.
Anna Moore: Families Against Restraint and Seclusion.
Pioneering jazz-rock drummer and composer Danny Seraphine is a founding member of Chicago. Worldwide the iconic group has sold over 122 million albums, and, just domestically, earned 22 gold, 18 platinum, and 8 multi- platinum albums. In 1990, after 23 years in the group, Seraphine and Chicago had a jarring parting of ways, and he left music behind for 15 years. But a call to play a benefit show for a fellow drummer pulled him out of seclusion and sparked a creative rebirth.
Today, Seraphine looks forward with Sacred Ground (Street Sense), the sophomore record from his jazz-rock powerhouse group CTA—often described as “Chicago on steroids”—and he makes peace with his past with the refreshingly candid memoir Street Player: My Chicago Story (Wiley).
Pioneering jazz-rock drummer and composer Danny Seraphine is a founding member of Chicago. Worldwide the iconic group has sold over 122 million albums, and, just domestically, earned 22 gold, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums. In 1990, after 23 years in the group, Seraphine and Chicago had a jarring parting of ways, and he left music behind for 15 years. But a call to play a benefit show for a fellow drummer pulled him out of seclusion and sparked a creative rebirth. Today, Seraphine looks forward with Sacred Ground (Street Sense), the sophomore record from his jazz-rock powerhouse group CTA—often described as “Chicago on steroids”—and he makes peace with his past with the refreshingly candid memoir Street Player: My Chicago Story (Wiley). Seraphine is critically acclaimed as an instrumentalist and a composer. Rolling Stone Magazine recently ranked him as one of the top 100 drummers of all time. When he was coming up on the music scene, legendary jazz drummer Buddy Rich called Seraphine his favorite young drummer. Recently he was awarded Cape Breton Drum Festival’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, an honor he also received from the Montreal Drum Festival. He’s an endorsee of esteemed drum companies such as DW drums, Remo drumheads, Zildjian cymbals and drumsticks. He also has released a well-regarded instruction DVD titled The Art of Jazz Rock Drumming, distributed through Drum Channel. As a songwriter, Seraphine co-wrote the Chicago Top 40 hits “Lowdown” and “No Tell Lover,” as well as core Chicago tunes like “Little One,” “Take Me Back to Chicago,” “Show Me the Way,” “Birthday Boy,” and the irresistibly funky “Street Player,” later sampled by rapper Pitbull for the hit “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho).”
Schools are still using restraint and seclusion as discipline methods for our children, and sometimes to terrifying results. Join us as we discuss the Keeping All Students Safe Act with Barbara Trader, Executive Director of TASH which has been leading the advocacy for passage of the bill.
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