Sedating aged care residents has become 'normalised', human rights group says | ABC News

Sedating aged care residents has become 'normalised', human rights group says | ABC News
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Sedating residents at aged care facilities has become common practice, according to Human Rights Watch.

It’s called chemical restraint.

The organisation says it’s uncovered dozens of instances where people were drugged to the point of being unable to eat, talk or use the bathroom.

Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-10-16/aged-care-report-chemical-restraints/11605392

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