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Bed Sores

Of all the possible types of abuse and neglect that an elderly person entrusted to a nursing home can experience, bedsores remain the most common. The Center for Disease Control estimates that 1 in 10 people admitted to a nursing home currently have bedsores. Also called pressure sores or pressure ulcers, these injuries come as a direct result of improper care —- ultimately they are due to negligence. If you suspect that a loved one you have placed into …

Dehydration

Arguably the most essential nutrient for life on Earth is water. It can be hard to imagine that something so simple, if taken away or denied to a person, can place their life in serious danger. Elderly people are significantly more susceptible to the dangers of dehydration due to their age and potential health problems that they may have. If left unabated, dehydration can cause a myriad of medical complications …

Malnutrition

Elderly people admitted into nursing homes depend on the care they receive every day to sustain their lives. One of the most basic of all human needs is proper nutrition. If a person isn’t taking in all the required essential nutrients that they need, complications can arise. Additionally, many patients require specialized nutrition programs tailored to their individual needs, if not followed serious health problems can occur. If you suspect that a loved one is currently suffering from malnutrition …

Broken Bones

As a person ages, their body changes and can be more prone to injury. One of the most common injuries in senior adults are broken or fractured bones. These injuries despite being common, are definitely not a normal part of aging. Elderly people entrusted to the care of nursing homes can suffer fractures at an alarming rate. Many times, these injuries limit their mobility for the rest of their lives. If you believe that the negligent care provided by a nursing home establishment caused you …

Wrongful Death

The loss of a loved one, in any circumstance, can be one of the most emotionally charged and difficult times for a family. When this passing comes as the result of negligence, then dealing with the loss can be all the more complicated. Elderly people, when admitted into a nursing home facility are left there with the intention by their family to receive the best possible care. Arguably the last thing anyone expects after entrusting their loved one to a nursing home is to hear that they died as a result of the negligent actions …

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