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A nonprofit elder advocacy group released what it says is the first state-by-state review of nursing home care. Hidden cameras have documented instances of abuse by some nursing home caregivers. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
The Biden administration has proposed new staffing standards to improve care for the 1.3 million Americans living in nursing homes. And while it's the biggest change to regulations in three decades, many patient advocates say it still falls short of what's needed. Stephanie Sy discussed the plan with David Grabowski, a healthcare policy expert and professor at Harvard Medical School. Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: 🤍 Find more from PBS NewsHour at 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us: TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe: PBS NewsHour podcasts: 🤍 Newsletters: 🤍
Nearly 100 people died during the height of the coronavirus outbreak at the Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home in April, more than 10 times the number in a typical month. Among those who died were 84-year-old Isabella Kovacs and 86-year-old Joan Williams. Their stories provide a window into what went wrong at the New Jersey facility. Photo: Shari Davis/Julie Diaz More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: 🤍 Visit the WSJ Video Center: 🤍 On Facebook: 🤍 On Twitter: 🤍 On Snapchat: 🤍 #WSJ #Covid
“I didn’t prepare myself for how bad that actually was.” For 2 weeks, TV presenter Anita Kapoor lived like one of the elderly residents at a nursing home, for a social documentary. The full episode on #TalkingPoint: 🤍
An ongoing WFAA investigation into Texas nursing homes has already revealed questionable practices in the hiring of criminal caregivers - and now WFAA has uncovered inappropriate and unnecessary drugging of residents. In our latest report, called “Drugged and Dying,” News 8 investigative reporter Charlotte Huffman found that 96 percent of Texas nursing homes admit they’re giving drugs to residents who don’t need them. According to the FDA, unnecessary use of antipsychotic medication kills 15,000 nursing home patients every year. Of all the drugs used as chemical restraints, antipsychotics are the most widespread and may be the most dangerous. The federal government has previously caught drug manufacturers improperly promoting their antipsychotic drugs for use in nursing homes. (See here and here.) As a result, nursing homes pledged to reduce the improper use of these drugs on their residents. MORE: 🤍
June Campbell recorded another aide hitting and slapping an Alzheimer's resident. State regulators cited the facility for not reporting it to law enforcement.
COVID-19 has hit Seattle and is sending Amazon employees to work from home. Relatives of a nursing home in the state are searching for answers after several died of the virus there.
Staffing shortages at nursing homes has forced some facilities to think outside the box. A Minnesota nursing home is using a robot to help residents with memory problems and keep them active. Omar Villafranca shares more. #robot #alzheimers #news "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" delivers the latest news and original reporting, and goes beyond the headlines with context and depth. Catch the "CBS Evening News" weeknights at 6:30 p.m. ET on the CBS Television Network and at 10 p.m. ET on the CBS News app. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" YouTube channel: 🤍 Watch full episodes of "CBS Evening News": 🤍 Follow "CBS Evening News" on Instagram: 🤍 Like "CBS Evening News" on Facebook: 🤍 Follow "CBS Evening News" on Twitter: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com
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Is there an upside to the tight bed occupancy situation in public hospitals? A recent ST article "The upside to hospital bed crunch" (13 Apr 2010) said that integrated care has been given a boost with the need to ease pressure on beds. With an ageing population, we certainly need to do more to step up integrated care with community hospitals, nursing homes, home nursing and community self help groups. The key thing is to ensure that patients receive appropriate continuing care after their discharge from hospitals. This will ensure that the needed bed is freed up for someone who needs it more, and at the same time enable the patient who is well enough for discharge to return to the comfort of their homes. In this video, Staff Nurse Esther provides a look at what goes on at a nursing home.
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A USA TODAY investigation has traced a string of casualties back to one nursing home chain, Trilogy Health Services. RELATED: Daughter supports mother fighting COVID-19 🤍 A USA TODAY investigation has traced the casualties back to one nursing home chain, Trilogy Health Services, owned by a real estate venture with a new business plan for the cutthroat world of elder care. The deal promised a historic investment opportunity, then delivered the highest death rates reported by any large nursing home chain at the height of the pandemic. Residents at Trilogy’s 115 campuses died of COVID-19 last winter at twice the national average for nursing homes, USA TODAY found, based on figures facilities must file weekly with the federal government. » Subscribe to USA TODAY: 🤍 » Watch more on this and other topics from USA TODAY: : 🤍 » USA TODAY delivers current local and national news, sports, entertainment, finance, technology, and more through award-winning journalism, photos, videos and VR. #NursingHome #COVID #HealthCare
Target 8 discovered chilling problems at dozens of nursing homes across West Michigan.
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Reports of elder harm and neglect has spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic and so has the rise in the number of fraudsters preying on unsuspecting individuals in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General is working vigilantly to combat fraud and abuse and now, more than ever, our office needs your assistance to help protect our elder population and hold wrongdoers accountable. Visit oig.hhs.gov/care for more information.
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Nursing home prices are high and getting higher. If you’re looking for a nursing home for a senior you love, you want a place that will keep them safe and happy. But there’s one factor that most of us can’t ignore: the price tag. In this video, Jeff Hoyt, SeniorLiving.org’s Editor-in-Chief, takes you on a deep dive into nursing home prices, including the factors that make your costs so high, nursing home prices in your state and, most importantly, how to pay for a nursing home stay. Time Stamps 0:00 Introduction to nursing homes 1:08 Differences between nursing homes and assisted living facilities 1:42 Assisted living costs 2:00 Nursing home prices 2:15 What nursing homes provide 2:41 nursing home prices per state If both medical and personal care needs have become too great to handle at home or in another senior living community, you may need to find a nursing home for a loved one. This could be due to their being hospitalized or suffering through a worsening chronic illness. A nursing home is a place for a person who can't be cared for at home but doesn't need a hospital. Nursing homes typically have a nursing staff on site 24 hours a day. Nursing homes also provide their residents with 24-hour safety monitoring, daily living assistance, and advanced on-site medical care. To be clear, many people mistakenly refer to assisted living facilities as nursing homes, but those are for people who are more independent. It’s important to learn the difference between the two. With assisted living, a resident can get basic medical care such as wound dressing and blood pressure monitoring, but only with nursing home care will they have daily access to the skills of more advanced practitioners such as registered nurses and occupational therapists. In this video, we discuss the costs of nursing home and assisted living facilities, both private and semi-private rooms. We break down the average cost by state, and explain how to pay the costs, including through Medicaid, VA benefits, and long-term care insurance. We also cover the many valuable services included such as medical care, socialization, rehabilitation, as well as housekeeping services. Jeff Hoyt is SeniorLiving.org’s Editor-in-Chief. To learn more about nursing homes, watch 🤍 To learn the Different Types of Senior Housing, watch 🤍 To learn more about assisted living, watch 🤍 For reviews of home medical alert systems that allow you to age in place, watch 🤍 For more on nursing home prices, visit 🤍 Subscribe to SeniorLiving.org on YouTube: 🤍 For more on nursing homes, visit 🤍 For the best assisted living options for your loved one: 🤍 For more tips for seniors: 🤍 If you're interested in joining the hundreds of thousands of families who've found senior living communities on SeniorLiving.org, read the reviews on our website: 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Like to save money? Please watch: "The Best Senior Citizen Discounts" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Note: We receive free products and participate in affiliate programs.
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Every year, thousands of Americans are evicted from nursing homes or discharged against their wishes—sometimes illegally because they’re low-income and on state assistance like Medicaid. In 2017, long-term care ombudsmen received 10,610 complaints about discharges and transfers, up from 9,192 in 2015. In certain situations, it is perfectly legal for a nursing home to ask someone to leave: for example, if a patient’s health has improved. But even the federal government acknowledged in a 2017 memo that some nursing homes are manipulating the rules, pushing out low-income elderly and disabled people on Medicaid to make room for more lucrative patients. * SUBSCRIBE to NBC LEFT FIELD: 🤍 * Watch the latest from NBC LEFT FIELD: 🤍 What is NBC LEFT FIELD? 🤍 FOLLOW NBC LEFT FIELD: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 VISIT OUR SITE: 🤍 Reporter/Producer Katie Engelhart Editor Marshall Crook Camera Valerie Bischoff Additional camera Sutton Raphael Graphics Michael Basilico ABOUT NBC LEFT FIELD: NBC Left Field is a new internationally-minded video troupe that makes short, creative documentaries and features specially designed for social media and set-top boxes. Our small team of cinematographers, journalists, animators and social media gurus aims to unearth stories and breathe creative life into current headlines. While pushing boundaries at home and abroad, NBC Left Field will also be serving as an experimental hub for NBC News style, treatment and audience engagement. #NBCLeftField
Authorities in Arizona are investigating the rape of a female patient in a vegetative state inside of a nursing facility. The woman stunned workers when she went into labor, because they didn't know she was pregnant. The woman has been in a vegetative state at the Hacienda Skilled Nursing Facility in Phoenix for at least 14 years after a near-drowning incident. "None of the staff were aware that she was pregnant until she was pretty much giving birth," a nursing facility employee told KPHO. "How were they alerted to the fact that she was going into labor?" asked KPHO reporter Briana Whitney. "From what I've been told she was moaning. And they didn't know what was wrong with her," the employee said. MORE ON THIS STORY: 🤍
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the US, nursing homes became ground zero. By November, more than 60,000 nursing home residents had died of COVID-19, accounting for roughly a quarter of all fatalities nationwide. Yet the nursing home industry had already struggled with chronic problems before the pandemic. From allegations of systematic understaffing to toothless government oversight, Fault Lines examines what made residents and workers so vulnerable. In When COVID Hit: America’s Nursing Home Nightmare, we report from California, one of the states hit hardest by the coronavirus. Fault Lines meets relatives who accuse nursing homes of neglect - and asks if some facilities put profit before patients. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍
Doctors and politicians in Britain are warning the system for providing care to the elderly is close to collapse. New figures show more nursing homes are closing because of a lack of funds. Al Jazeera's UK correspondent Barnaby Phillips reports from London. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍
More and more elderly Americans will be faced with the decision as to whether to spend their later years in assisted living facilities, which have sprung up as an alternative to nursing homes. But is this loosely regulated, multi-billion dollar industry putting seniors at risk? (Aired 2013) This journalism is made possible by viewers like you. Support your local PBS station here: 🤍 In this major 2013 investigation with ProPublica, FRONTLINE examines the operations of the nation’s largest assisted living company, raising questions about the drive for profits and fatal lapses in care. Assisted living started in the 1980s as a reaction to nursing homes, which had become more oriented toward hospitalization, and as a way of offering seniors more choices and more independence in the way they live. But over the years, assisted living has evolved to house seniors who need specialized care, such as those with memory impairments. That means that people have more needs, require more attention — and, some senior advocates argue, more or better regulations to ensure that the residents are safe and getting the quality of care they need. Explore additional reporting on "Life and Death in Assisted Living" on our website: 🤍 #Documentary #AssistedLiving Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; the Heising-Simons Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen. CHAPTERS: Prologue - 00:00 The Rise of Assisted Living - 01:20 Dementia, Alzheimer's & Memory Care - 10:22 Questionable Deaths in Assisted Living Facilities - 15:55 Assisted Living Employees Speak Out - 24:23 “This is About Everyone who has Alzheimer's or Dementia” - 30:50 A Lawsuit Against Emeritus - 42:15 Credits - 51:57
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Singapore's largest nursing home operator NTUC Health will offer more flexible care options, including short-term stays and virtual programmes that elders can attend from the comfort of their own homes. With ageing dubbed the biggest social issue of this generation, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said it's time for structural change in the sector. The government will announce a renewal of its Action Plan for Ageing on Monday. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
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Nursing homes across the United States routinely give antipsychotic drugs to residents with dementia to control their behavior, despite regulatory prohibitions on this misuse of drugs as “chemical restraints,” Human Rights Watch said in a report and video released today. This abusive practice remains widespread even though the use of antipsychotics is associated with a nearly doubled risk of death in older people with dementia. The 110-page report, “‘They Want Docile’: How Nursing Homes in the United States Overmedicate People with Dementia,” estimates that every week in US nursing facilities, more than 179,000 people, mostly older and living with dementia, are given antipsychotic drugs without a diagnosis for which their use is approved. Often, nursing facilities use these drugs without obtaining or even seeking informed consent. Using antipsychotic medications as a “chemical restraint”—for the convenience of staff or to discipline residents— violates federal regulations and may amount to cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment under international human rights law.
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This video discusses the differences about working in a nursing home or hospital as a nurse. Many new nurses wonder if they should start working in a hospital or nursing home as a nurse. I discuss the differences that nurses should consider. Nursing home vs hospital overview... 🤍
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We've all heard the phrase "nursing home", but what exactly is a nursing home? Do you need nursing homes explained? Do all nursing homes have nurses? This video will show you what they are, the different types, typical attributes, who needs a nursing home and where to find nursing home reviews to help your search for senior living. Time Stamps 0:00 Who needs a Nursing Home? 0:32 Is a Nursing Home right for you? 0:50 Typical attributes of Nursing Homes 1:07 Assisted Living compared to Nursing Homes 1:34 Intermediate Care Facilities (I.C.F.) compared to Skilled Nursing Facilities (S.N.F.) 2:04 How Nursing Home culture is changing 2:42 Nursing Home Benefits 3:03 Where can I find Nursing Home reviews? Is a nursing home (#nursinghome) right for you? If both medical and personal care needs have become too great to handle at home or in another senior living community, you may need a nursing home. This could be due to a recent hospitalization or a chronic illness which has gradually been worsening. A nursing home is a place for a person who can't be cared for at home but doesn't need a hospital. Nursing homes are not only for seniors; they are for anyone who needs 24-hour care. They typically have a nursing staff on site 24 hours a day. Nursing homes provide their residents with 24-hour safety monitoring, daily living assistance, and advanced on-site medical care. People who are more independent could benefit from an assisted living situation. With assisted living, a resident can get basic medical care such as wound dressing and blood pressure monitoring, but only with nursing home care will they have daily access to the skills of more advanced practitioners such as registered nurses and occupational therapists. Many of the homes are equipped with oxygen tanks, dialysis machines and other medical equipment that isn't normally found at assisted living centers. Those who need a nursing home but require less care could benefit from an Intermediate Care facility, or I-C-F, which is required to provide custodial daily care. A skilled nursing facility, or S-N-F, is required to provide round-the-clock skilled care. Residents of skilled nursing facilities need assistance with many aspects of day-to-day living and daily care. While some nursing homes provide both types of care, many are one or the other, so make sure the nursing homes under consideration meet your needs. Jeff Hoyt is SeniorLiving.org’s Editor-in-Chief. To learn the Different Types of Senior Housing, watch 🤍 To learn more about assisted living, watch 🤍 For reviews of home medical alert systems that allow you to age in place, watch 🤍 Subscribe to SeniorLiving.org on YouTube: 🤍 For more on nursing homes, visit 🤍 For the best assisted living options for your loved one: 🤍 For more tips for seniors: 🤍 If you're interested in joining the hundreds of thousands of families who've found senior living communities on SeniorLiving.org, read the reviews on our website: 🤍 Note: We receive free products and participate in affiliate programs.