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Long-Term Care: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) | ข่าวสารล่าสุดเกี่ยวกับ nursing home

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  1. 6,400 dollars for 11 violations, including one that got a resident eaten by an alligator, is a laughable fine that will deter no bad behavior. If they're getting 50k a resident they dgaf if they have to pay 6k every once in a while for letting a resident die.

  2. Omg Life care center of Orlando haves an infested alligator pond next to it as well. I've seen residence that have sneaked away from there in there wheelchairs. It's so sad

  3. From 2016 – 20 I lived in 7 different Skilled Nursing Facilities. And, to say these places are awful is a grand understatement. They have no concern beyond profit & avoiding litigation. And, they lose no sleep over the latter. It seemed obvious to me, that a part of treating their employees badly was their business model. If you were to be pissed and not show, it's that much easier to understaff. These places are rife for undercover exposure. Nurses & aides speak very freely in front of resindents. The assumption being that were all too demented to get it. The 7 places I was at had no trouble w/ residents having smart phones, tablets etc. And, they all had wi-fi, when it worked.

  4. Take a look at private emergency transport services, they all over treat patients and over charge the government. It is horrible. Oh, and check out dialysis centers.

  5. A nursing home my grandfather lived at simultaneously threatened to dump him on the front steps if he couldn't pay for his care and IN THE SAME BREATH threatened my father with adult protective services if he took my grandpa home to live with us. He needed 24 hr professional care we couldn't provide. We didn't have the money for the home either. So we took him home because it was better than letting him die on the streets.

    So the home told us they'd kick him out BUT if we took him home we'd get in trouble. What the fuck were we suppose to do?

  6. WHAT IF CURRENT ATTEMPTS CAN'T STOP THE VIRUS?
    CAN IT BE IN VAST, 90-GOVS-OWNED-VIRUS-FREE-REFUGES, VFR, ATOP CURRENT ATTEMPTS?
    2020-2021-STUDY USES SQUARE-ROOT DIFFUSION SCIENCE-BASED-PLAN-B-VFR-ON-500,000 ISLANDS, 30,00 ATOLLS, M-KM-4-LANE-HIGHWAY-SIDES-RECOVERY? Restaurants-SERVICES-IN-BETWEEN?
    "Answer-not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him" King Solomon…

  7. sad and also disgusting to see how greed is running this country, how people are lawfully making money out of other's misery, humanity is dying fast to be replaced with ignorance and self profit, certainly doesn't feel like 21st century, does it?

  8. Yes, long-term care needs fixing, but it's not going to be. It's truly hopeless and disgusting in these places. As a private agency caregiver, I come into AL/nursing homes to make sure loved ones actually get some attention. You can hardly ever find a CNA. One night, a CNA was working 2 floors worth of people. I had to leave my client to escort a lady who was screaming in pain in the hallway back to her room. I pushed her emergency button and no one came. Like, at all. It wasn't just not swift, it just didn't happen. Also, the pay is shit. I think inside nursing homes pay more, but in both agencies I've worked for, no benefits or anything, part time job with overtime hours, paid barely above minimum wage. There's only one nursing home in our area I "like", and that's because I've only been there once and didn't see anything bad from the room of the client I was with. I know this is horrible to say and some people have no other options, but please do not do this to your loved ones. Keep them at home as long as possible. Use the private care agencies. There are good caregivers, I promise. You might have to weed through some bad ones, but there are obviously some that care to be there. If your loved one is in AL or a nursing home, they shouldn't need a private caregiver.

    I had to wait to watch this video for a bit because I knew it would make me emotional. The heartbreak, the disgust that I have experiencied, seeing no one helping the elderly and they don't know what they're doing. It's astounding. And you can't blame the CNA's. They break their backs, but that isn't even enough.

  9. If anyone would like to learn more about this, I would highly recommend Atul Gawande’s book “Being Mortal”. The book doesn’t only focus on long term care, but it is an absolute must read

  10. I've worked in the rehab side of these settings for years. It will never ever improve in any meaningful way until none of end of life care is for profit and is managed by a single payer healthcare system. Private insurance and overpaid "management" bilk people for every penny and I will live with what I saw during the pandemic for the rest of my life. Because when you run a for profit business in healthcare, the patient becomes a commodity and the humanity of the interaction is lost.

  11. I only made it 7 minutes and 36 seconds in. I lived the reality of this when my grandmother finally had to leave our home and go to a nursing home. Which is the same thing that happened to her own mother. My great grandma, my gram's mother, died the first week of 1994, days after her 91st birthday. She had been in the nursing home for over five years. I honestly don't remember how long it was; I just know how much I hated it there.

    People stole her candy (she would have one off brand peppermint patty every night at bedtime). I remember grandpa and grandma had to replace her wristwatch at least three times after it was stolen.

    Initially when she could still see well enough she would read. She was a school teacher back in the day for decades, as far back as when our tiny town still had a handful of one room schoolhouses.

    After she couldn't see well enough to read anymore, she just sat in her chair, staring out her window.

    Because she had had to institutionalize her own mother (different scenario; great great grandma spent 6 weeks in intake at the local State Hospital before she died), she begged my grandparents to never put her in a nursing home.

    Gram cried so many nights on our drive home.

    But for that reason she never begged mom to not put her in a home.

    21 1/2 years after her mother died, gram was admitted to the exact same nursing home. 23 years 3 months and 9 days after great grandma died, gram died, one hall away from where her own mother had taken her last breath.

    I'm terrified that the story will continue the same. That I'll have to eventually put my mom in the same fvcking nursing home. That she'll linger and linger and linger until I tell her it's okay. She can go.

    And then there's me. I have no children. I have no daughter to make that horrific choice. I have no partner and don't intend to get one. So what will happen to me?

    And that is why, as much as I love John Oliver and feel that this video is drastically important, at 7 minutes and 36 seconds, I have to dip on out of here.

    I'm not scared of death; it's the languishing in loneliness for years prior that terrifies me.

  12. 2 days after back surgery, some jackass in the nursing home came in my room and tried to pull me out of bed. Then he said, usually, I just log roll you. The whole experience was horrible. Bad water, bad beds, then they tried to send me home with a ton of oxycodone. They kept everyone medicated.

  13. My grandmother was in a nursing home for a few weeks to recover from a heart surgery. I found it appalling that they were put in a room that was maybe 8×8. This room was for TWO residents. For entertainment they had a SHARED TV. I couldn't believe anyone would take a loved one there and leave them. These places are unbelievable.

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