Are we ever able to restrain a resident for our own convenience?

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Do I get an inkling that you have taken images of a resident being restrained, or planned to do that, and have been given the bum's rush out of a unit on the grounds that you were taking prohibited photographs?

Obviously it is against all codes of practice to restrain a resident purely for the convenience of those responsible for the resident's care.

I would be extremely surprised if the unit had not given you a much better reason than that.

Would you like to say what's going on? If you're concerned about a loved one's treatment in a memory care unit, there are several people on the forum who will be able to give you good advice about what to do.
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