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If the client uses a pelvic positioning belt, isn’t that considered a restraint?

A positioning device, such as a pelvic positioning belt, is designed to maintain alignment with the support surfaces (i.e. the seat and back), provide stability and postural support and to promote function. A restraint is intended to limit movement to protect the client and/or others. For specific restraint regulations and documentation requirements to allow provision…

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