The Canadian Press

2015-10-21 | Saskatchewan Seniors Dementia

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Some residents at a seniors home in Saskatchewan say there is bedlam at the facility because people with dementia are wandering around unsupervised. Jim Lawrence, who lives in the Ross Payant care home in Assiniboia, says the problem is there isn't enough staff to keep the doors closed to a special dementia unit at the facility. Health Minister Dustin Duncan says people with aggressive forms of dementia have been moved out of the facility. (Duncan also says staff levels at the care home have been almost the same since 2006.)

Date: 2015-10-21
Placeline: ASSINIBOIA, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << there are still residents obviously with the mention this facility but not unlike any other facility in our Province and this is just allowing those residence on a 24 hour basis to have access to the amenities of the entire facility as well as be able to interact with other other residents >>


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