I have a resident who "slides" out of bed onto the floor when trying to ambulate to wc. She is a one person assist and has a transfer pole to promote more independence to and from bed. When she slides out of bed onto the floor she is unable to get up. She uses her call light for assistance. When we ask her what she is doing sitting on the floor is will say,"I didn't fall. I am sitting on the floor looking for somethig, playing cards, etc." She knows we have to treat it as a fall and start neuros, etc. The problem my staff is facing is how to continue to careplan this appropriately. We have ran out of interventions to use to prevent this from continuing to happen. I know when the surveyors look at this pattern they will question our lack of effective interventions. One reason for perhaps her slips out of bed is the fact she insists on wearing silky nightgowns. That is her perference. Can anyone think of additional interventions my facility could implement or any new fall prevention measures to prevent the resident from getting up and ambulating without assistance? And how should this be careplanned?