§ 2380.151. Definition of restrictive procedures.
A restrictive procedure is a practice that does one or more of the following:
(1) Limits an individuals movement, activity or function.
(2) Interferes with an individuals ability to acquire positive reinforcement.
(3) Results in the loss of objects or activities that an individual values.
(4) Requires an individual to engage in a behavior that the individual would not engage in given freedom of choice.
The provisions of this § 2380.151 adopted January 15, 1993, effective January 16, 1993, 23 Pa.B. 343.
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