Thursday, December 27, 2007

School’s Use of Shock Therapy

"While at school, students must wear backpacks containing a device that allows a staff member to deliver a shock to electrodes attached to the limbs, or in some cases palms, feet or torso, when the students engage in a prohibited behavior."

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3 comments:

Foresam said...

The JRC would be a good place to send parents who want to celebrate the joy of autism instead of helping the kids.

Casdok said...

I find it unbelieveable that such places are allowed to exist.

Sarah said...

What? That is unbelievable. I'm just speechless.