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my 10 years old grandson ,who is diagnoised with PDD goes to

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my 10 years old grandson ,who is diagnoised with PDD goes to a theraputic school and during a recent restaint had his shirt put over his that legal and what recourse do I have?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 8 years ago.
Restraints are authorized only to protect a person from additional harm and if the restraint can be accomplished without causing any physical harm to the party being restrained. You will need to read the policies and rules for the school to determine their policy on use of restraint, which they must have. If they have violated their policy, then you would possibly have a case if you can prove some harm was caused by their method of restraint and that the restraint they chose to use was excessive and unreasonable.

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