This piece highlights Calvert County Schools’ success drastically reducing restraint and seclusion with the help of Ukeru.
Kim Sanders talks to Target 8 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, about the benefits of Ukeru training.
As part of a Chicago Tribune/ProPublica investigation into the use of restraint and seclusion, Kim Sanders explains how schools can find a new path.
Ukeru President Kim Sanders and Pam Martin, Training and Support Manager at Grafton Integrated Health Network, provide advice on effective communication with individuals with Autism and other developmental disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ukeru President Kim Sanders talks about taking trauma out of the classroom for students with Autism.
Ukeru is cited as an evidence-based alternative to the use of seclusion.
Chloe Sorensen and Tasha King with Grafton and Nicole Shaffer, Principal of Page Jackson Elementary School, talk about a new partnership and the impact that Ukeru’s trauma informed care approach has had with students.
This piece highlights the change that two organizations, Support Services of Virginia and Woods Services, significantly reduced restraints and seclusions by working with Ukeru.
As part of a collaboration between the Chicago Tribune and ProPublica Illinois, Kim Sanders talks about why Ukeru’s parent organization eliminated seclusion.