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I've been reading some articles online and it mostly revolves around nursing staffs and facilities neglecting their job and letting their patient to do whatever the hell they want -- because I write elderly materials. So far, all the idea that i could think of to stop this is implementation of stricter laws and higher standards that would come from the state. This may sound good but by doing so, nursing facilities will obviously increase their already expensive charging system. What do you think?
Stricter oversight, perhaps, instead of stricter laws. Our laws are already plenty strict. The sad part is that nursing home residents (some of them) are ripe for abuse because they cannot express to the outside world what is happening to them. It's a sad situation, but I think that by encouraging the public- church groups - youth groups - and just individuals, to visit nursing homes on a regular basis would help because it provides more "eyes."
There are privacy issues with putting cameras in all the rooms and the most likely times for abuse will probably come on the night shifts when there are no visitors roaming the halls.
by starme776 years ago
what experiences have you had with family members in nursing homes? good? bad?
by Charlu4 years ago
What is the greatest gift you can give the elderly in a nursing home or assisted care facility?
by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
The facts:My dad told me tonight he'd rather be in the nursing home.He was taken out a few days ago by family who want to save $. His care at home is not so good. I was told it would cost $2,000 a month to be in the...
by Shil197822 months ago
Don't you think we should care for our elderly at home, rather than send them off to nursing homes?
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