Nursing Home Cameras Continue To Gain Appeal From Families

Families continue to show interest in placing hidden cameras in the rooms of their loved ones at nursing home facilities. Upon placing a camera, one family found that their loved one was left 16-18 hours without food, water, or a change of Depends. The hope of families is to uncover more abuse by filming their loved ones when they cannot be present.  Eventually, the idea follows that revelation of abuse would lead to prevention of abuse. 

 “There's other family members out there who are struggling who are working two jobs; they've got to, unfortunately, have their family in a care facility and they need to know that they're protected and not being abused,” said the daughter of an abused patient caught on camera. For more, read the story

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