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Nursing home resident subjected to financial abuse

The windy city of Chicago, Illinois, has many nursing homes. Some of them, unfortunately, fail to protect their elderly and infirm patients from nursing home abuse. The Illinois Department of Public Health recently released a statement affirming that a nursing home was cited and fined $2,200 for the financial abuse of one of their resident.

Take a firm stance against all instances of nursing home abuse

Nursing home abuse is atrocious behavior that senior citizens shouldn't ever have to deal with. Unfortunately, there are some individuals who choose to try to capitalize on these frail individuals. We don't want to see any nursing home resident suffering from any sort of abuse. We are here to help you take action to stop the abuse from occurring.

Nursing homes need to protect residents from hip fractures

The Chicago, Illinois, area has many nursing homes, and certainly a number of those do fine Others, however, may not, allowing their residents to come to harm by the actions or inactions of the staff, which constitutes unursing home abuse. Anyone who feels that they are a victim of nursing home abuse, or that a relative was, should contact their attorney.

Nursing homes need methods to prevent medication errors

There are many things that nursing home residents and their loved ones have to worry about. One of these is whether or not they are getting the correct medications at the correct times. There are many things that can go wrong with medication administration in these care facilities.

Nursing homes must protect residents from Summer heat

When adult daughters and sons arrange for their parents to live in a Chicago, Illinois, nursing home, they presume that the basics, like food, water and temperature control will be taken care of by the staff of the facility. Any failure on the part of the staff to take care of those basics, which are essential to the health of the facility's residents, can constitute nursing home abuse.

How often do those with dementia wander?

You're putting your loved one in a nursing home because he or she has dementia. Not only is help needed with medication and daily tasks, but you're always worried about forgetfulness, confusion, and wandering. The nursing home has workers who are trained to deal with these issues, helping to confine residents for their own benefit.

Sudden changes could indicate that abuse is taking place

People often worry that they won't know if a loved one is being abused in a nursing home. After all, even if you visit for a few hours every day -- far more than many people visit -- you simply can't be there all of the time. If your loved one won't say anything, perhaps out of shame or because of memory issues, how are you going to know when it's time to step in?

Know the dangers of wandering in nursing homes

Choosing a good nursing home for your loved one is probably a taxing or emotional process. You want to make sure your loved one is safe and receives proper care. Nursing home abuse may be a concern when making a choice, but you should also look into a home's security and ability to prevent wandering and elopement.

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