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Restraint and seclusion are being used repeatedly and systemically on students in British Columbia’s public schools. Inclusion BC and the Family Support Institute have joined the international campaign to "Stop Hurting Kids." Read more here.

Save the Date: November 22: Restraint and Seclusion: Hear our Stories

Summary: 
Save the date! Inclusion BC, with Family Support Institute and Douglas College will announce the results of our provincial survey on restraint and seclusion, and hold a viewing and discussion of the film "Restraint and Seclusion: Hear Our Stories" on November 22.

When:

Friday, November 22nd, 2013.
5-9 pm (light supper included)

Where:

Douglas College,
Lecture Theatre, Room 2201
700 Royal Avenue
New Westminster, BC
V3M 5Z5

Speakers include: Dr. Pat Mirenda, UBC – Postive Behaviour Support; Dr. Vianne Timmons, U of Regina – Benefits of Inclusive Education for all.

Contact: Karen De Long
604-777-9100
kdelong@inclusionbc.org

Register online: http://www.inclusionbc.org/register-restraint-seclusion