It's a hot topic. Dementia resident rights.
I've heard that residents in a secured memory care community have to be allowed to leave the building if they stand at the door and ask to be let out. It's part of resident's rights. In other words, it usurps power of attorney legalities.
This will mean that communities caring for residents with dementia, will have to have someone to escort them out the door, in order to keep them safe and try to redirect them inside. This is going to raise the price of care.
Can anyone add to this and maybe give me the code in the law?