Free Book: 5 Things You Must Know About Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect In Missouri
IF YOUR LOVED ONE HAS BEEN ABUSED OR NEGLECTED IN A NURSING HOME, YOU NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO TURN AND WHO YOU CAN TRUST.
This book has the answers you’ve been looking for!
Nobody wants to be faced with the decision to place a family member in a nursing home. However, sometimes that decision has to be made. When the nursing home you have chosen fails to live up to their promises and submits your loved one to abuse or neglect, you likely have no idea what to do. You may discover that your loved one has experienced:
- Pressure sores
- Dehydration and Malnutrition
- Sexual Assault
- Excessive falls
- Broken bones
- Unexplained bruises
If you have discovered that your family member has suffered in a nursing home, you may have some questions:
- I trusted them. How could this happen?
- Why did this happen?
- What could the nursing home have done to prevent this?
- Who should I report this to?
- Should I contact an attorney?
My new book, 5 Things You Must Know About Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect In Missouri, answers many of the questions people have when they discover that their family member has become a victim of the nursing home industry.
In this book I explain why the employee complaints of limited budgets and not enough staff members by many nursing homes are problems created by the greed and manipulation of the owners of the nursing homes. I explain that some nursing home companies create a corporate spider web that make their owners rich while leaving the actual nursing home facility struggling to provide quality care on a shoestring budget. I also go into detail as to why some common problems faced by nursing home residents, like pressure sores, dehydration, and malnutrition, should almost never happen and what you should do if your loved one is the victim of abuse or neglect in a nursing home.
The information contained in this book will help families become more knowledgeable and proactive in making sure their loved one does not become a victim of abuse or neglect. For families whose loved ones have already been victimized, this book will help you learn what to do next.