N.L. seniors restrained in long-term care twice the national average: Report

John Joe Pidgeon and Julie Mitchell

A report published last week found that 12.1 per cent of seniors in long-term care homes in Newfoundland and Labrador are kept in daily physical restraints, second only to Yukon, at 14 per cent — both more than twice the national average.

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