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Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 07:28 PM
This is a two part in one post. Both parts emphasise the reality of what living in a assisted living group home is like. The first part demonstrates how caregivers legally use information from the residents psychological profile to manipulate them and the second part demonstrates why it is important for advocates and guardians to make surprise visits to the home. Part 1 When Amber arrived at her group home last night she notified the staff on duty that she would like to be bathed. Working that evening was a male and a devout Muslim woman. …  read complete post
Philip Dowd says:
Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 04:19 PM

I was travelling in the USA, when I recieved an email from a friend about another friend who was not in a group home but a nursing home. She was shifted away from her friends and support network accross state. she was trying to organize modifications to her home in the other town, trying to get workers in place so she could go home.

The Email said that she had been bashed by a staff member, her computer was broken the staff had not entered her room in 36 hours before I arrived. I took Pictures that I sent to the authorities. I spent 8 hours at the nursing home and in 8 hours nobody but 1 staff member entered the room, though there was someone outside the door at all times listening. I think that I can believe dan.

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