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Rob’s Residential Insights – His Quality Care Mission
As Executive Director of The Barry Robinson Center, a short-term 72-bed non-profit behavioral health system/residential program for both children and adolescents in Norfolk, VA, Rob sets a new, exemplary standard for residential care. In this interesting episode, Rob discusses important details in the evolution of family-oriented residential care, including his innovative program to dramatically decrease physical holding and how he abolished seclusion as a means of child/adolescent management.