Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on Mar 09, 2018 in Nursing Home News
To Granny's house we go
Everyone loves their grandmothers. When you are a child it is always fun to visit Granny (or Me-Maw, or Grandma, or Maw). Grandmothers love to spoil their grandchildren and always seem to have the best sugary treats. And spoiling oftens continues into adulthood. When my wife and I got married, my grandmothers were already deceased. So her paternal grandmother took to spoiling me. After she found out I like pecan pie, she would always bake two of them. One for the family and one for me to take home. And we always want our grandmothers to be healthy and outgoing. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. As they age, their health tends to decline. And soon, their health requirments may be more than a family can provide. Often the difficult decision is made to place them in a nursing home.
Fortunately, many nursing homes provide top-notch care for their patients. But many do not. And far too many of our elderly suffer abuse while at a nursing home facility. There are many signs to look for that may indicate abuse is occurring. Signs of Nursing home abuse.
If you believe that a loved one has suffered abuse while at a nursing home, call us today for a free consultation to determine if you have a claim.