Case Study Information and Privacy Notice

Thank you for taking part in our family case study project, please find the case study information  below and complete the survey the best you can. When you have submitted your survey at the end you can not edit your answers.

If you have not already done so, we strongly recommend that you complete a subject access request (SAR). 
Pupils attending any type of school have a right of access under the Data Protection Act 1998 to their own information. This is known as the right of subject access. When a child cannot act for themselves or the child gives permission, parents will be able to access this information on their behalf. 

There are often records of incidents and/or recording of information that may or may not have been communicated to you regarding your child’s education and time in school. If your child attends a maintained school, parents have an independent right of access to their educational record, under separate education regulations. More information can be found here https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/schools/pupils-info/
You may want to make sure you have your child’s education records before you complete the survey, however this is not a requirement to take part, it’s simply a way of you being fully informed as a parent.

This privacy notice sets out how we use and protect the information that you give us. We are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.

What we collect 
The only information we hold and collect is the information you have provided us with as per my family case study survey / information form. We do not ask for any identifying details address, telephone number or contact details. The only information we require is what is on the form. If there is any information you do not wish to share, you are under no obligation to do so. The form is to be completed at your own discretion and you are in control of the information you provide.

If you do not wish to name your local authority/council area, then please simply state “Anon” on the survey.

 Once the survey is sent back to us, we download the online survey data or print out the data and delete your email from our computer if you have completed a hard copy form of the case study survey. Please do not send any copies of care plans/letters/minutes from meetings or any photos that can identify you or your child with your survey .

We do not collect or keep any kind of personal information other than the data you have given us as per the form, the case study is completely anonymous.By sending back the family case study survey / form, you agree to us using this data for the case study project.

The purpose of the case study project is to inform and produce a report or paper with anonymized statistical data. This report or paper can then be shared to inform and improve practice and young people with learning disabilities and the issues around the use of restraint & seclusion.

The anonymized data will be processed and kept for as long as required by the purpose they have been collected for. Once the report or paper has been completed the survey information forms will be destroyed.

Questions, comments and requests regarding this privacy policy are welcomed and should be addressed by emailing: Restraintseclusion.casestudyeng@gmail.com.

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* 1. Council/  borough / Local Authority area:

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* 2. Country:

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* 3. Age of child:

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* 4. Sex of child:

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* 5. Child diagnosis (if any):

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* 6. Did you give permission for restraint and seclusion to be used?

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* 7. Were you informed that restraint and seclusion could be used with your child?

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* 8. Age of child when restraint and or seclusion started:

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* 9. Are restraint and / or Seclusion still being used on your child?

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* 10. Do you feel restraint/seclusion was necessary?

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* 11. Number of times your child has been restrained:

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* 12. Reasons given for restraint being used:

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* 13. Number of times your child has been placed in seclusion:

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* 14. Reasons given for seclusion being used:

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* 15. Were records kept when restraint was used?

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* 16. Were you notified when restraint was used?

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* 17. Was your child injured from restraint?

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* 18. Injuries and / or psychological effects caused by restraint:

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* 19. Were you child's restraint injuries recorded in school records?

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* 20. Were records kept when seclusion was used?

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* 21. Were you notified when seclusion was used?

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* 22. Was your child injured from being in seclusion?

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* 23. What injuries and / or psychological effects were caused by seclusion?

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* 24. Were you child's seclusion injuries recorded in school records, or law enforcement records?

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* 25. Which restraint and seclusion training is used in your child's school? (if known)

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* 26. Were the people who restrained or secluded your child trained and certified by the system your child's school uses?

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* 27. Did you make a formal complaint? If so to which entities?

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* 28. Accountability/ Complaint /Outcome did you feel listened to?

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* 29. Do you feel your child's educational needs were neglected?

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* 30. Do you know of other parents in your child's school or your local area whose children have also been subjected to restraint and seclusion in school?

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* 31. Do we have permission to contact you if we have questions about your survey answers? (Your email address will not be held on file and will be destroyed if we do not need to contact you regarding your answers. If we do reach out to verify answers your email address will be destroyed after contact had been made). If so please list your email:

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* 32. Other information you would like to submit:

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