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Is My Loved One Safe in a For-Profit Nursing Home?

March 20, 2015

Over the last several years, for-profit nursing homes have come under fire for overcharging patients, lax standards of care, and cases of neglect and abuse. If you’re like most people, you’re already worried about the level of care your loved one is receiving in a nursing home. When it comes to for-profit facilities, is your ... Read More

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Alzheimer’s Patients and Nursing Home Abuse

March 19, 2015

Alzheimer’s disease is a very common form of dementia that affects elderly patients, and it can be debilitating. It impairs a person’s cognitive abilities, which can make communication, daily activities and relationships very difficult. Unfortunately, though, Alzheimer’s disease can be a precursor to nursing home abuse. Because some caregivers are unscrupulous, neglectful or downright mean, ... Read More

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5 Signs Your Loved One is Being Neglected in a Nursing Home

March 18, 2015

We all second-guess our choices about placing a loved one in a nursing home. Whether something arouses your suspicion or you just aren’t sure you made the right decision, you still want to make sure your loved one is happy and healthy. You also need to be on the lookout for signs that your loved ... Read More

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3 Signs of Dehydration in Nursing Homes

March 17, 2015

When your elderly parent or loved one is in a nursing home or assisted-care facility, his or her well-being is your biggest concern. If you’re like most people, you do your best to keep track of your loved one’s safety, health and day-to-day care. Would you know how to tell if your parent, family member ... Read More

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What to Do When Your Loved One, in a Nursing Home, Has Bedsores

March 16, 2015

Bedsores are one of the most preventable problems facing nursing home residents. If they develop on your loved one, you could be facing a case of neglect—and neglect can result in serious pain, debilitating injuries and even death. It’s not always to determine whether someone in a nursing home is a victim of neglect. Before ... Read More

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Signs of Pneumonia in Nursing Home Residents

March 13, 2015

Nursing home residents are always at risk for pneumonia, and while younger people can generally fight off the infection, it’s one of the most common causes of death for elderly people who live in assisted-care facilities. With a case of pneumonia, fluid fills one or both lungs, and then the blood flow to the infected ... Read More

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