Does anyone work in a clinical or self-contained setting with students with severe aggressive behaviors (including biting, scratching, etc.)? I'm currently looking to find some protective gear for my staff to wear with an aggressive student. Right now we have "karate" type arm guards, but honestly they're very cumbersome and hot. The student is also able to pull them off quite easily. The student has also bitten (is that the right form of the word bite?) through the protective gear. I guess I'm looking for someone who has experience in this area. I've heard that Kevlar sleeves are good... but the important thing is that the gloves/sleeves need to cover mostly all of the fingers except the fingertip and go all the way up the arm. We are having trouble with staff members getting permanent scars on their fingers, thumbs, and arms due to bites, etc. Any ideas? Here's what we currently use: http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-pu-05.html The current issue is that the thumb and fingers are left quite exposed. We've been wearing baseball batting gloves under the karate guards, but I am trying to see if anyone has a better solution to this. Thanks.