She like to wander.Two of her falls resulted in bumps to her head. One occurred when a care giver was at the breakfast table when she was arising. She somehow got tangled in a leg or something and went down getting a big bang on her noggin. Fortunately not a serious bump, though. The next time she got up in the middle of the night and put her shoes on and I guess then fell. She was found on the hourly bed check on the floor but no bumps or bruises were present. Sunday she wandered into bathroom on her own and was found on the floor she did have another bump on her head. She hasn't toileted her self in a long time so I imagine she just wandered into the space and wasn't looking to go the bathroom. The center said they are trying to keep her in a wheelchair but they do sit her in comfy chairs and she is at times capable of getting up and walking with the wheel chair as a walker. They say she gets restless and likes to wander but has been becoming more unstable on her feet. she isn't on a lot of meds and they have been ruled out as a reason for her falls as has a urinary infection. What can be done to prevent these falls before she seriously hurt herself? I know she thinks she is capable of getting around and just forgets she can't do it on her own. What have others done to help with this issue? What is the ratio of enough patient supervision to care-givers..