Elopement Prevention and Response Resources

Elopement is a common risk among long-term care and intermediate care facilities, due to the high incidence of residents with cognitive impairments, and the desire of the facilities to present a low-security, family style atmosphere. Therefore all of these facilities should participate in elopement prevention and response training. Get more information on CPR’s elopement prevention and response training.
 
These resources are intended to supplement, not substitute for, such training.
 
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