Confounding Door Lock for Wandering
Our Confounding Door Lock is key-less and does not look like a lock to help prevent those who wander and those who have dementia from figuring how to open the door. It opens by flipping the door-jamming "blocker" out of the way of an in-swinging door. Caregivers can unlock the confounding door lock easily, but persons with dementia would not.
This safety device works on doors that swing inward only. It's easy to install for any handy person, requiring only three screws (provided). It can be installed on wood or a metal frame and requires a drill and a screw driver.
This home-safety mechanism is built to be sturdy and durable, and it is made from heavy-duty metal.