Care home residents deprived of liberty in record numbers

Care home residents deprived of liberty in record numbers
 

Record numbers of care home residents are being deprived of their liberty by being put in straps, locked in or given behaviour-controlling drugs, fuelling fears that some are being mistreated.
Campaigners have voiced concern that some residents, including dementia patients, are being wrongly denied their freedom and treated as “second-class citizens” – for example, by being locked in their rooms.
In 2015-16, care homes in England asked local councils to approve 195,840 applications to deprive a resident of their liberty – most of them older people – under the deprivation of liberty... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Guardian
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