Severe Nursing Home Neglect And Abuse Victims In California, Florida, Arizona & Washington Are Urged To Call The Nursing Home Complaint Center For Instant Help

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier advocate for elder abuse, and neglect in US nursing homes, rehab facilities, and or for assisted living facilities. As part of the groups 2011 US Nursing Home Initiative of getting the word out about severe nursing home neglect, and abuse, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members of nursing home patients to be on the look out for symptoms of severe nursing home abuse, and neglect. The group says, "if a family member, or loved one is constantly getting hospitalized for sepsis, or septic shock, and or if a family member/nursing home patient has unexplained broken bones we want to know about it, especially if the patient is located in California, Florida, Arizona, or Washington State." For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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If a family member, or loved one is constantly getting hospitalized for sepsis, or septic shock, and or if a family member/nursing home patient has unexplained broken bones we want to know about it

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "The symptoms of severe nursing home abuse and neglect include continuous sepsis type infections for the patient, septic shock, which both typically lead to hospitalizations, and or broken bones." The group says, "if a loved one, or family member nursing home patient has been severely mistreated, or abused, especially in California, Florida, Washington, or Arizona, we want to know about it immediately, so we can try to get help, and assistance to these families on the spot." They say, "the most important thing we want family members, or loved ones of nursing home patients to do nationwide is to keep very good records of how your family member, or loved one is doing. These records, and or diary should include times, and dates, you saw, or spoke with your family member, or loved one who is, or was a patient in a nursing home." For more information about the Nursing Home Complaint Center's world class free service for victims of severe nursing home abuse, please call the group anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

Signs of Severe Nursing Home Abuse, or Neglect Anywhere in The United States:

  • Continuous hospitalizations for sepsis type infections
  • Continuous hospitalizations for septic shock
  • Broken bones
  • Assaults involving other patients, or staff members, and your loved ones

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "with a million plus US nursing home patients, and with nursing homes being short staffed, or under staffed more often than not, we cannot even begin to describe how serious elder abuse, or neglect in our nations nursing homes is-but take our word it is off the charts." They say, "we are urging all family members of nursing home patients to start keeping records, including how your Mom, Dad, or family member was the last time you talked with them. We can't even begin to tell you how important these records, and or journals can become in the event something happens to your loved one in a nursing home." http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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