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A human rights perspective on reducing restrictive practices in intellectual disability and autism
Kings Chambers’ Public Law Barrister, Sam Karim has edited this book which explores the importance of human rights legislation and ethical decision making on reducing the use of restrictive practices when supporting people with an intellectual disability and people with autism.
Examples are given of how legislation, case law and guidance have been used in England, Wales, Australia and North America to uphold people’s rights and challenge abusive practices.