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Nursing Home Understaffing

Understaffing in nursing homes is quite common. Sometimes management does it intentionally because of labor costs. Management might falsify the resident-to-staff numbers. Other times a facility might have issues keeping sufficiently trained staff on hand to deal with...

Nursing Home/Elderly Care Abuse Statistics

Elderly abuse is unfortunately an ongoing problem, so much so that there are statistics showing the reality of what it is like for elderly individuals under the care of others. Research has shown the following: About one out of every 14 instances of elderly abuse (as...
Nursing Home Falls – Statistics and Preventative Measures

Nursing Home Falls – Statistics and Preventative Measures

Falls in nursing homes are more common than you might think, and they can result in injuries as serious as permanent disability or even death. According to the Nursing Home Abuse Center website, over 1.4 million U.S. citizens aged 65 or older live in nursing homes. An...

What is Nursing Home Eviction

Eviction of nursing home residents is sometimes carried out improperly and/or without just cause. Eviction issues include the following: Eviction Without Proper Notice Eviction for Being ‘Difficult’ Eviction for Complaining Eviction for Refusing Medical Treatment...
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