“Punch her in the face,” one suspect apparently said, according to the documents.
Authorities say Linda Roberts and Mary-Beth Tomaselli killed their 85-year-old father in 2015 because he refused to go to an assisted living facility.
Inadequate staffing and employee training are two common problems that have led to injuries and death in assisted living facilities.
Authorities say Dwayne Frazier made the deal out of his marked patrol car while in uniform.
While some assisted living residents leave their communities to visit family during the holidays, it's not uncommon for residents to stay put.
Visit them often If you live far away or close by, ensure you visit them as often as you can manage. The time you spend with
I am voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President. It has nothing to do with walls, e-mails, tax returns, embassies, minorities, or political parties. It's a mom thing and here's the story.
8) Update the Medicare home health program to better support "hospital at home" and "emergency department to home" concepts
Too bad if it makes families uncomfortable. It's healthy and good for the patients.
For years, I saved articles on how to determine whether an elderly person needs more help or a change of living situation. But when the time came to intervene with my own mother -- widowed and living alone -- I was utterly unprepared for the emotions that flared and the strain it put on our relationship.
Rona Barrett reigned for years as the Queen of Hollywood gossip. Before there was a TMZ, there was Rona Barrett. Barrett left Hollywood in the early 80s to save a marriage and start a ranch. And now? She's one of the country's leading senior care advocates.
I want one, and I want one now. Later in this scene from The Father (currently on Broadway), we come to appreciate the extent
But recently the State of Pennsylvania enforced it filial support laws and found a defendant responsible for his mother's
Nurses are burned out and need our appreciation! In honor of National Nurses Week, we made this short video love-letter to nurses featuring the photos of care staff at partnering organizations.
Sometimes I think when we exchange those little glances and giggles about our dear old loved ones -- even when they show us glimpses of brilliance -- the joke is really on us. Maybe when we reach the age of "old," in between the crazy babbling and the far-off stares, we know exactly what we're doing, and what we're teaching.
In fact, those 2 ½ hours every Sunday morning may be the only time the pain subsides, or I am at least distracted enough