I worked there, what a horror! It's beyond appalling that any facility can allow such neglect and let these so-called professionals get away with murder. Too often I saw residents unsupervised--traumatic brain injury affected patients often are at risk for falls and even more injuries--but they allow nursing staff to crawl into hiding, sign that they supervised--when they didn't--and no telling the nursing supervisor; she threatened disciplinary action if you did as the aides were angels--yes, angels of death!
My Sister is there and we are desperately trying to get her our of there this place is a dump it smells patient is park in there wheel chair in the hallway like cars from 8 in the morning to 6pm no one pay attention to them soil linen is in the hallway the entire day the smell is so bad that it hard to breath, the beads is from the eighteen century one has to wine it up for the head to raise there is a big whole in the wall the curtain is falling off and no one is fixing it the is all fuzzy can't see anything clearly...........it sicken my stomach when I witness this everyone I speak to said management is not doing anything to improve the environment...
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