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Visiting Your Loved Ones Saves Lives

How COVID-19 Restrictions Have Affected Nursing Home Residents // The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but the crisis has been especially challenging for residents of long-term care facilities. For many older adults, the nursing ...

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Blog posts in Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect

  • Improper Wound Care for the Elderly

    In our discussion of wound care among the elderly population, we will primarily be looking at ulcer care; specifically, the improper care of ulcers. ...

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  • Recognize the Signs of Nursing Home Sexual Abuse

    The National Council on Aging estimates that at least 1 in 10 Americans over the age of 60 have experienced elder abuse – and many public health ...

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  • 10 Halloween Safety Hazards to Watch for This Fall

    Halloween is almost every kid’s favorite holiday, but for parents, it can seem like a safety nightmare. Because most Halloween activities happen after ...

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  • Financial Abuse of Elderly People: What You Should Know

    As people age, medical conditions and limited mobility require many individuals to rely on others for care. Whether in a nursing home or receiving the ...

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  • Nursing Home Neglect: Malnutrition & Dehydration

    Identifying, Remedying and Staff Accountability Strategies for Malnutrition If your loved one must live in a nursing home for any number of reasons, ...

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  • WalletHub Report: SC Nursing Homes Ranked Worst in the Country

    In recent years, nursing home facilities have been the focus of intense public and political scrutiny. It’s estimated that 5 million elderly Americans ...

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  • Research Shows Thousands of Sepsis Cases Could Have Been Prevented by Nursing Home Staff

    Across the country, there are thousands of pending lawsuits for nursing home patients who allege that they had to endure stressful and painful ...

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  • New Federal Data Shows Nursing Homes Are Understaffed

    New research has confirmed that nursing home facilities across the nation are understaffed. Until recently, Medicare used unverified data provided by ...

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  • Are Bedsores a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse?

    What Are Bedsores and How Do They Happen? Bedsores are not necessarily a sign of nursing home neglect , but they can be. These sores (also known as ...

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