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Hospitals admit they use security guards to restrain dementia patients

Security guards are being used to restrain dementia patients in hospitals up to three times a week, it has emerged.

The practice was criticised by dementia charities and MPs who said it was “unacceptable” and warned that the use of physical restraint suggested that staff were not adequately trained.

Read more on the Telegraph website.