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Cobo-Lewis and Kurtz tested the Quality Improvement and Fidelity Assessment Process (QIFAP) in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) at residential and school settings to see whether QIFAP was associated with a drop in restraint and isolation of students.
University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion
2023 Association of University Centers on Disabilities Conference, Emerging Leaders: Shaping the Future
behavior supports, mental health, restraint and seclusion, disability rights.
Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Cobo-Lewis, A., & Kurtz, A. (2023). Is there less restraint and isolation of students after TCI quality improvement and fidelity assessment? Poster presented at the 2023 Association of University Centers on Disability (AUCD) conference in Washington, DC.