Lawsuits for Nursing Home Abuse.

Recognize the Signs.

Victims of mental or emotional abuse may demonstrate symptoms such as being anxious, depressed, withdrawn, frightened or confused. These symptoms may be difficult to explain and appear to be unrelated to any current activity or company. If you notice these signs in your loved one, you should be suspicious of potential abuses occurring in their facility. Speaking to an attorney versed in nursing home abuse is a smart idea.

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Why it Happens.

Inadequate staffing is the main reason that nursing home residents suffer mental and emotional abuse. Most nursing homes rely on nurses’ aides for the majority of resident care. Too often, nurses’ aides are inexperienced, poorly trained and overworked. When a workforce like this is responsible for a vulnerable population, abuse is more likely to occur. Patients with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease are at a greater risk because of their cognitive and mental impairments.

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