As you probably know, there exists a vast assortment of unscrupulous individuals and companies that target elders in financial abuse activities. From financial scams by agencies to individuals preying on older California residents, the problem of financial abuse is real and requires immediate attention. Elders typically exist on fixed incomes and cannot afford to lose even one dollar of their financial resources.
Did you know that the development of bedsores (aka pressure ulcers) is a preventable phenomenon? The presence of bedsores is a massive problem in California nursing homes, leading family members to believe that the issue is unavoidable. In truth, when residents suffer from ongoing and persistent bedsores, it may indicate that long-term care facility neglect is the true culprit.
If you have a loved one living with a caregiver or in an assisted-care facility, you may hear stories you’re not sure what to do about. If you’re not quite sure whether you’ve got a case of elder abuse on your hands or simple disagreement, here are a few guidelines to follow.
When the time comes to place a beloved family member into a nursing facility, you may experience a great deal of apprehension. After all, the news media is full of disturbing reports about elder abuse in these facilities. Families often worry that they will inadvertently expose their elders to such abuse.