What Therapy Can Do to Impact Risk Areas of Behaviors and Elopement
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September 22, 2020
Ohio Health Care Association
Elopement remains a highly sensitive and prevalent issue within provider communities. Routinely used methods relying upon restrictions/restraints have been increasingly cited under survey, leaving facilities seeking new ways to reduce elopements. Wandering or exit-seeking behaviors among the dementia population can often be reduced with a comprehensive root cause based care plan. This webinar will outline the prevalence and causes of elopement, review behavioral based interventions, and describe a comprehensive interdisciplinary process aimed to keep residents safe and thriving.Expand summary
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