A physical restraint is any device that restricts the resident from moving freely or prevents normal access to their body. Some examples of physical restraints include special types of vests, chairs with lap trays, lap belts and enclosed walkers.
These findings are publically reported by the US Department of Health and Human Services on Nursing Home Compare. http://www.medicare.gov
|At or better than N.Y. State average
|Near the N.Y. State average
|Room for Improvement
|Blue Ribbon = best possible value
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A. Holly Patterson Extended Care Facility:
Report Period: 4/1/17 – 3/31/18
N.Y. State Average
Percent of long-stay residents who were physically restrained:
Restraints require an order by a physician and should only be used when they are necessary as part of the treatment of a resident’s medical condition.
|Long-stay residents who were physically restrained