My wife is in a skilled nursing facility. She is in the later stages of Frontal Temporal Dementia and gets around by wheel chair. She is pretty much in her own little world most of the time. Some days rolls all over the facility, up and down the halls and now starting to go into other residents rooms. I do not see her trying to cause any harm, usually she will just roll in and sit there even if the other resident is in the room. Like most memory care residents she may pick up something and roll off with it but only because they do not understand that it is not there for them to take.
Going into others rooms is a red fag at the facility and I know that their has been at least one complaint recently. It has not been discussed yet but I know it is coming. So, I am trying to get ahead of the curve and be proactive but really have no clue what to do to stop this from occurring. My understanding from the previous incident is that the facility cannot "restrain" anyone and that includes many things which the state considers "illegal restraint". The staff so what they can but hard to watch her every minute.
Anyone have any suggestion on how to deal with this ?