Whether the administrator 's credibility would be up for debate is up to Extendicare, but the wellness of the residents, including Luba, should be handled accordingly with standards which nursing homes hold themselves up to. This only instills uncertainty among the families with relatives in nursing homes, and presents a bad lighting for personal support workers. The unfortunate truth is that this is one of many serious cases involving nursing homes and their neglect for their residents, and it should stand as an example for personal support workers to
The reporting party (RP) stated there were a list of issues and concerns regarding the level 4 home. A resident named Tammy Sanchez was observed by Regional Center counselor staff member Constance Sifton standing on a street corner on Mooney Blvd., in front of MOR Furniture store unsupervised. The counselor from the Regional Center pulled over and spoke with the resident. The resident disclosed that she had been on the street for an extended period which was indicated by the resident being drenched in sweat and appearing dehydrated and shaking. The resident was initially with a staff person named Isabelle and her boyfriend.
Ms. Connell believes Gentiva Hospice reported the allegation to DHR because the bath worker stepped in dog feces. During visit worker noticed two inside dogs but no dog feces. Ms. Connell married three times and each one was in the military. However, due to her income Ms. Connell is not eligible for assistance. Ms. Connell receives 1500.00 SS, Medicare, Healthsprings Insurance and Gentiva Services bath aid 3x and nursing 2x weekly.
On 09/29/2015 at 3:18 PM SC received call from Marguerite Pa’s niece who reported that Pa has identified two girls Gabby and Yajaira he wants to be his aide but the agency told them his service were terminated. SC attempted to explain why the service was interrupted and next step; SC end call with Marguerite. SC then called Vital Support and briefly explained to receptionist and requested to speak with a manager. SC was transferred to Vitaliya at Vital Support Nurse manger. Vitaliya stated that the termination date is incorrect and service was provided to Pa beyond termination date and that SC need to change the dates so that they can receive payment.
SC offered to mail pamphlets for caregiver support groups but Bill said he don’t have the time to go. He prefers to call SC if he really needs someone to talk with so says ok. Pa reported that the workers at the residence just took their statements of what happened. The SC asked Pa about his services. Pa stated that he is satisfied with his services and feels that it meets his current needs.
However, the only aspect the state has control over is the educational related reasons for missed diagnosis. Primary care physicians need access, on a biennial basis, to receive the most up to date information about what changes are “normal” in aging and what is not. As we know,**********There are numerous difficulties for physicians when detecting and managing dementia. Among these difficulties there is patient avoidance, combined with the lack of resources and absence of assessment tools and protocols. All of these difficulties are joined with the unavoidable stigma that encapsulates the disease.
Mr. Huffman is an 54 year old male who presented to the ED via LEO petitioned by his mother following being release from jail. Mother reported in petition her son has a history of mental illness and has been treated for the same. She continues to report in petition that Mr. Huffman has threatened family members and is a threat to himself and others. Before the assessment petitioner was contacted for collateral information. Petitioner states when asked when the last time she spoke with her son, "I haven't spoken to him since what happen in January.
She was disoriented to time, place or time. Client appears to be decompensating. Client missed two scheduled appointments at Woodhull Hospital one for the podiatrist and the other one with the Geriatric doctor, due to client foot deformity she required onsite transportation and an escort back and forth to every doctor’s appointments. Unfortunately due to residents move out and housing tours, client transportation request was cancel.
The patient is a 52 year old female who presented to the ED via EMS with bizarre behaviors. Per documentation neighbors found the patient screaming in her house. Per documentation LEO found the patient attempting to drink a closed bottle of alcohol hand sanitizer fluid. Patient presents with disorganized thoughts and irrelevant subject matter when asked questions about behavior upon arrival. Nursing staff was asked about status before the assessment and reports improvements in the patient bizarre behavior.
She didn’t look as bright as the first afternoon I saw her and still reported hypotension and lightheadedness on standing. She now also had upper abdominal discomfort. As Mildred had a pulmonary embolism history, alarm bells went off in my head. I asked Mildred if her care team was addressing the problem and if I could do anything. Mildred didn 't ask me to talk to the medical staff and not being her health care proxy or wanting to overstep my boundaries, I didn’t.
The female patient was irate, uncooperative, and exhibiting violent behavior with the nursing staff and Physician. She wanted to leave the hospital and refuse to talk to the staff. The patient throws her SCID card in the trash and I pulled it out of the trash can and place it with her paper work. The female patient received
HARRIS, LaFrance (Employer of Records) was advised of the identities of the MFCU interviewing agents BEEKMAN, Kiana, HICKS, Howard and THAW, Daniel. She voluntarily provided the following information: HARRIS was a self-employed tax preparer, who also worked part-time in the administrative field. She is DANIEL’s, Rose niece and primary caregiver. DANIEL has been diagnosed with dementia, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, and diverticulitis. HARRIS indicated that DANIEL has an undiagnosed mental disability and that she is unable to read or write.
He returned from the ER that day and requested to speak with Dr. Earle who did not meet with him until much later. He reported he was told he would have access to staff 24/7 at the sober living home, but no one was there on the weekends. R.G. stated he was in a state of crisis and no one was there to help him, even when he reached out for
R/s Mr. Pittman does not go the doctors. R/s signs of physical abuse is present. R/s the home is very cluttered and unclean, it is described as “a place no one will want to live”. R/s the family may have previous DSS involved due Mr. Pittman being suicidal in the past. R/s this information was disclosed to her
CCIB Intake received referral #0923-2901-5102-8047131 from reporting party (RP) Katie Hacker Sierra Child and Family Services staff member. According to the RP child Shawn Williams age 10, informed a group home staff member (name not provided) on the morning of 9/26/16 that during the night his roommate Arthur Hammett age12 had touched him in his "inappropriate parts." Shawn failed to provide any specifics regarding the incident and the RP didn 't question him due to his frequent fabrications as of late. To the RP knowledge, Arthur has not displayed this type behavior before, however Shawn has a history of sexualized behaviors which has been previously reported to CPS.