Central Ohio Nursing Home Under Investigation for Abuse

Central Ohio Nursing Home Under Investigation for AbuseOne resident of Central Ohio visited her 90-year-old grandfather at his nursing home, and she was shocked by the conditions he was living in. She has since taken her story to the public to help spread awareness about nursing home abuse.

Nursing Home in Central Ohio Under Investigation After Allegations of Abuse Surface

The concerned citizen, opting only to be identified as Dawn, provided news outlets with photographs of the nursing home’s conditions. Her 90-year-old grandfather was living in deplorable conditions. Photographs revealed the man had a large red sore across his back, which is a common symptom of neglect. There was also a visibly dirty air conditioner pushing dusty air throughout the room. A yellow film can be seen across the elderly man’s pillow, and food is scattered on the floor. The woman was reportedly so upset and outraged over the conditions that she immediately filed a report with the Whitehall Police after leaving the facility. The case has since been turned over to the state long-term care bureau for further investigation.

The following day, the 90-year-old was sent to the hospital. He was suffering from pneumonia, dehydration and dried kidneys. He was also suffering from a staph infection. Dawn told reporters that her father suffers from dementia, so he couldn’t possibly report to her about what is happening when she is away. Dawn was forced to quit her job so she can spend more time with her loved one, and she can’t bear to leave him at the facility after what has happened.

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