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Nursing home negligence
You or your loved one should never have to worry about getting hurt in a nursing home. We place our trust in these establishments to take care of ourselves at our most vulnerable state. No one should take advantage of the elderly, especially those who can’t defend for themselves.
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Nursing home abuse and neglect can include:
Failure to provide adequate food or hydration: This refers to instances where a nursing home fails to provide residents with sufficient food or water, leading to malnutrition, dehydration, or other health problems.
Failure to provide proper medications: This refers to situations where a nursing home fails to properly administer medication to residents, leading to medical complications or worsened health conditions.
Failure to provide supervision or assistance: This refers to instances where nursing home staff neglect to provide adequate supervision or assistance to residents, leading to falls, injuries, or other harm.
Verbal abuse: This refers to situations where nursing home staff or other residents engage in verbal mistreatment of residents, such as shouting, insulting, or belittling them.
Physical abuse: This refers to situations where nursing home staff or other residents physically harm residents, such as hitting, pushing, or restraining them.
Sexual abuse: This refers to situations where nursing home staff or other residents engage in sexual misconduct with residents, such as unwanted touching, sexual assault, or rape.
Financial exploitation: This refers to situations where nursing home staff or others take advantage of residents’ financial resources, such as stealing money or property, or coercing residents into giving them access to their finances.
Misuse of restraints: This refers to situations where nursing home staff use physical restraints on residents inappropriately or excessively, leading to physical or psychological harm.