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Senate Bill 710

Senate Bill 710 was passed in the regular 2021 legislative session and outlines new provisions for what is prohibited and permissible relating to restraint and involuntary seclusion of children receiving services from licensed child-caring agencies. SB710 added new reporting requirements anytime restraints and involuntary seclusion are used on a child in care. It created new requirements for secure transportation service providers who have to become licensed as child caring agencies. This provision applies to any secure transport provider who is based in Oregon, transporting any child in care who resides in the State of Oregon or is being transported through Oregon to or from a school, an organization, and other child caring agencies.​​

 

 

Quarterly Report for 09/01/2021 to 12/31/2021

 

Agency Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Site or Program Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Reporting time frame (indicate which quarter in months and year).

9/1/21 – 12/31/21

   

Total number of incidents involving restraint.

30 or 1 in every 228 patient days

Total number of incidents involving involuntary seclusion.

54

The total number of incidents involving restraint and seclusion that resulted in reportable injuries.

17

Total number of involuntary seclusions in a locked room.

54

Total number of rooms available for use for involuntary seclusion.

3

Description of the dimensions and design of the seclusion rooms.

7’4″width, 11’4″ length, 8’7″ height

Total number of children in care placed in restraint.

15

Total number of children in care placed in involuntary seclusion:

18

Total number of children in care who were placed in restraint or involuntary seclusion more than three times during the reporting period.

8

A description of the steps the program has taken to decrease the use of restraint and involuntary seclusion.

The program has engaged in individual client consultation, developed special programs for specific clients, as well as discussed client needs during clinical supervision. These efforts have resulted in a 71% decrease in the use of isolation/seclusion room placements in Quarter 2 21-22 as compared to Quarter 2 20-21.

Number of incidents in which an individual who placed a child in care in a restraint or involuntary seclusion was not certified or trained in the use of the type of restraint or involuntary seclusion used, including individuals whose certification or training was expired at the time of the restraint or seclusion.

0

Demographic characteristics of the children in care who the program placed in a restraint or involuntary seclusion, including race, ethnicity, gender, disability status, migrant status, English proficiency and status as economically disadvantaged, unless the demographic information would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual child in care. Indicate the number of children who experienced restraint or seclusion who match each of the criteria listed below:

Race/Ethnicity: American Indian or Alaska Native 1 Asian      

Black or African American       Native Hawaiian Hispanic – 5

Other Pacific Islander       White 16 BiRacial – 1. Other 1

Gender: Male 24 Female       Transgender      Non-binary      

Disability Status: Disabled 0Non-Disabled 24

Migrant Status: Non-Migrant 24 Migrant 0

English Proficiency: English is primary language 24

English is not primary language 0

Economic Status: Economically Disadvantaged Unknown

Not Economically Disadvantaged Unknown

Quarterly report for 01/01/2022 to 03/31/2022

Agency Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Site or Program Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Reporting time frame (indicate which quarter in months and year).

1/1/22 through 3/31/22

   

Total number of incidents involving restraint.

21 (rate of .27% based upon 7920 client days or 1 incident out of every 377 client days)

Total number of incidents involving involuntary seclusion.

54 (rate of .68% based upon 7920 client days or 1 incident out of every 146 client days)

The total number of incidents involving restraint and seclusion that resulted in reportable injuries.

12

Total number of involuntary seclusions in a locked room.

54 (rate of .68% based upon 7920 client days)

Total number of rooms available for use for involuntary seclusion.

3

Description of dimensions and design of the seclusion rooms.

7’4”, 11’4” length, 8’7” height

Total number of children in care placed in restraint.

14 (out of 88 served = 16%)

4 Day Treatment Clients

8 DHS Clients

2 OYA Clients

Total Number of children in care placed in involuntary seclusion:

19 (out of 88 served = 22%)

1 Day Treatment Client

12 DHS Clients

6 OYA Clients

Total number of children in care who were placed in restraint or involuntary seclusion m ore than three times during the recording period.

7 (out of 88 served = 8%)

A description of the steps of the program has taken to decrease the use of restraint and involuntary seclusion.

  • The program has provided refresher training and ongoing full CPI training courses focused on the verbal de-escalation techniques, use of a least restrictive intervention and how to identify escalation patterns.
  • Utilize team meetings, clinical supervision, and program quality improvement forums to discuss individual clients and their patterns to formulate Plan B conversations.
  • Utilizing a variety of special programs and techniques tailored to the client needs.
  • Involved family members in discussions to aide in reducing escalation and increase support to the client.
  • Discussed each individual case of restraint and seclusion room placement to aide in the reduction. Quarterly decrease was 72% with isolation and seclusion room placements and 45% of interventions year over year.
  • Reviewed CPS and education on trauma based interventions during each team-in-service meetings.

Number of incidents in which an individual who placed a child in care in a restraint or involuntary seclusion was not certified or trained in the use of the type of restraint or involuntary seclusion used, including individuals whose certification or training was expired at the time of the restraint or seclusion.

0

Demographic characteristics of the children in care who the program placed in a restraint or involuntary seclusion, including race, ethnicity, gender, disability status, migrant status, English proficiency, and status as economically disadvantaged, unless the demographic information would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual child in care. Indicate the number of children who experienced restraint or seclusion who match each of the criteria listed below:

Race/Ethnicity:

Total Number of Children

American Indian or Alaska Native

1

Asian

 

Black or African American

3

Hispanic (any race)

3

Native Hawaiian

 

Other Pacific Islander

1

White

17

Other

 

Unable to determine

 

Gender:

Total Number of Children

Male

23

Female

 

Transgender

 

Non-Binary

2

Disability Status:

Total number of Children

Disabled

0

Non-Disabled

25

Migrant Status:

Total Number of Children

Migrant

0

Non-Migrant

25

English Proficiency:

Total Number of Children

English is Primary Language

25

English is not Primary Language

0

Economic Status:

Total Number of Children

Economically Disadvantaged

Unknown

Not Economically Disadvantaged

Unknown

Quarterly report for 04/01/2022 to 06/30/2022

Agency Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Site or Program Name

St. Mary’s Home for Boys

Reporting time frame (indicate which quarter in months and year).

4/1/22 through 6/30/22

   

Total number of incidents involving restraint.

6 (rate of .00097% based upon 6188 client days or 1 incident out of every 1031 client days)

Total number of incidents involving involuntary seclusion.

14 (rate of .00226% based upon 6188 client days or 1 incident out of every 442 client days)

The total number of incidents involving restraint and seclusion that resulted in reportable injuries.

4

Total number of involuntary seclusions in a locked room.

14 (rate of .00226% based upon 6188 client days or 1 incident out of every 442 client days)

Total number of rooms available for use for involuntary seclusion.

3

Description of the dimensions and design of the seclusion rooms.

7’4″width, 11’4″ length, 8’7″ height

Total number of children in care placed in restraint.

3 (out of 68 served = 4%)

0 Day Treatment Clients

1 DHS Client

1 DHS Voluntary Client

1 OYA Client

Total number of children in care placed in involuntary seclusion:

6 (out of 68 served = 8%)

0 Day treatment Client

1 DHS Client

2 DHS Voluntary Clients

3 OYA Clients

Total number of children in care who were placed in restraint or involuntary seclusion more than three times during the reporting period.

3 (out of 68 served = 4%)

A description of the steps the program has taken to decrease the use of restraint and involuntary seclusion.

* The program continues to provide ongoing refresher training and ongoing full CPI training courses focused on the verbal de-escalation tecniques, use of a least restrictive intervention and how to identify escalation patterns.

* Utilize team meetings, clinical supervision, and program quality improvement forums to discuss individual clients and their patterns to formulate Plan B conversations.

* Utilizing a variety of techniques tailored to the individual needs including special programs based upon client needs.

* Involved family members in discussions to aide in reducing escalation and increase support to the client.

* Discussed each individual case of restraint and seclusion room placement to aide in the reduction. Quarterly decrease was 75% with isolation and seclusion room placements and 30% for interventions year over year.

* Reviewed CPS and education on trauma based interventions during each team in-service meetings.

Number of incidents in which an individual who placed a child in care in a restraint or involuntary seclusion was not certified or trained in the use of the type of restraint or involuntary seclusion used, including individuals whose certification or training was expired at the time of the restraint or seclusion.

0

Demographic characteristics of the children in care who the program placed in a restraint or involuntary seclusion, including race, ethnicity, gender, disability status, migrant status, English proficiency and status as economically disadvantaged, unless the demographic information would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual child in care. Indicate the number of children who experienced restraint or seclusion who match each of the criteria listed below:

Race/Ethnicity:

Total Number of Children

American Indian or Alaska Native

0

Asian

 

Black or African American

2

Hispanic (any race)

1

Native Hawaiian

 

Other Pacific Islander

0

White

4

Other

 

Unable to determine

 

Gender:

Total Number of Children

Male

6

Female

 

Transgender

 

Non-binary

1

 

Disability Status:

Total Number of Children

Disabled

0

Non-Disabled

7

Migrant Status:

Total Number of Children

Migrant

0

Non-Migrant

7

English Proficiency:

Total Number of Children

English is primary language

7

English is not primary language

0

Economic Status:

Total Number of Children

Economically Disadvantaged

unknown

Not Economically Disadvantaged

unknown

 

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