New Journal Article Proves Restraint-Free Approach Provides Safer Treatment for Individuals with a Variety of Disabilities

Posted August 22, 2018

By Using Comfort versus Control, Grafton Integrated Health Network Reduces Use of Restraint by 99% and Eliminates Seclusion Entirely A new longitudinal study, just released in the journal Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders, illustrates one behavioral healthcare facility’s ability to dramatically reduce physical restraint and completely eliminate seclusion by shifting to an approach of comfort versus […]

Tennessee School Highlighted in National Webinar for Their Unique Approach to Working with Students Affected by Trauma

Posted August 6, 2018

Webinar Open to Media (Winchester, VA) –  On Monday, August 6, from 2 – 3pm EDT, Nashville, TN school, Fall-Hamilton Elementary School will be highlighted in a national webinar hosted by Ukeru Systems for their proactive steps to making their classrooms trauma-informed.  In Nashville, 60% of children have had an adverse childhood experience. Principal Mathew […]

Experts Call For More Trauma-Informed Classrooms as New School Year Approaches

Posted August 5, 2018

Shifting Mindset from “What’s wrong with this child” to “What happened to this child” Will Be Key to Students’ Success (Winchester, VA) – With studies estimating that nearly 50% of U.S. children have experienced at least one potentially traumatic “adverse childhood experience,” or ACE, experts including Ukeru Systems President Kim Sanders are calling for classroom […]

Revolutionary New Crisis Management System Now Available to Mississippi Schools

Posted September 1, 2017

Ukeru Ensures Comfort Over Control By Eliminating Coercive Discipline Techniques Winchester, VA: The Mississippi Department of Education has approved Ukeru Systems as a preferred provider option for “Restraint Training” in schools statewide.  Ukeru is the nation’s first crisis training program that works to minimize and, where possible, eliminate the use of restraint and seclusion as […]

In Response to OCR Data Ukeru Calls for Immediate Reduction in Restraint and Seclusion of Children with Disabilities

Posted December 15, 2016

December 15, 2016 – Today Kim Sanders, an internationally known behavioral health specialist, expressed extreme concern over the new statistics recently released by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) citing a significant increase in complaints involving restraint and seclusion of children with disabilities. According to the report, Securing Equal Educational Opportunity, the overall number of complaints […]

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