Restraint-free, sounds good to me

Encore Rehabilitations Director of Clinical Education, Renee Kinder MS CCC-SLP RAC-CT newest insights on the McKnight's blog - Rehab Realities > Restraint-free, sounds good to me
"The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has a similar aim to increase person-centered care and freedom of movement, with October MDS Changes impacting Section P: Restraints, which will soon be referred to as “Restraints and Alarms,” including options for personal alarms which have been added to item P0200"