safe wandering

safe wandering

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as safe, socially acceptable moving about without apparent purpose in an individual with cognitive impairment. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Who in their right mind would think children of that age would be safe wandering the streets by themselves?
For example, the facility may have built-in preventions such as nonskid flooring, safe wandering paths, and so on, but the individual resident's daily routines and habits (such as afternoon wandering) may provide a direct link as to why an accident occurred.
The truth of the matter is, I simply don't feel safe wandering around the city centre to bus stops and train stations after rush hour (and before, for that matter), let alone travelling alone on public transport after the crowds have gone.
The owner's wish of having a truly functional and vibrant village center as the hub of a safe wandering environment was granted by the design team of Reese, Lower, Patrick & Scott Architects of Lancaster, Pa.
I feel quite safe wandering around Cardiff,'' he said.
And best of all, I have never felt so safe wandering around a strange city in my life.
Design Objective: To provide safe wandering space adjacent to existing nursing units to accommodate the growing population of Alzheimer's residents.
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