Ukeru (the Japanese word for “receive”) is a safe, comforting and restraint-free crisis management technique developed by and for behavioral health caregivers and educators.
We believe that all intervention — educational and behavioral — should be built on an approach of comfort versus control. To help make this a reality, we provide training on the conceptual ideas — such as trauma informed care and conflict resolution — as well as the physical techniques that minimize the need for restraints and seclusion.
Our award-winning program has helped behavioral health providers and schools reduce the use of restraint, seclusion, and injury, while lowering workers’ compensation costs and employee turnover.
Hear more from Ukeru President, Kim Sanders:
Want to know more? Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.