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Thread: Mom has been diagnosed mild to moderate dementia.

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    lukeb, I'm sorry you are having to experience this. Elderly neglect is an issue and is not given the attention it should be. It's already difficult watch a loved one decline, you shouldn't have to worry that they aren't getting the care they are suppose to. I would fight with every tool I can find to make sure is getting better care. Your mother deserves better. Hope things get better for you.

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    Thanks for the kind words, there isn't really much we can do, I just put this out there as a warning to anyone putting their loved ones in care. You will lose control and say about their care, they will be in their hands and the lack of care they will get will shock you. They apologized and said they will do better, but it is easy to apologize, that doesn't hurt their bottom dollar. More money going into care will just go to more levels of administration. Like I said up until they can keep themselves clean and use the bathroom by themselves it won't be not too bad still. We have a liaison but she is a joke not there to advocate for the patients but she is there for the home. Just another person collecting a paycheck and siphoning off money from where it should go.

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