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King Law Firm

Ken King

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April 2017

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Aging Americans Are at Risk

In 2010, the U.S. Census recorded 40 million Americans aged 65 or older. By 2050 that number will double! The long-term care industry has exploded, posting more than $300 billion in profits in 2015 alone. Unfortunately, some providers treat residents as a commodity rather than patients. Abuse, assault, fraud and forced arbitration contracts have become increasingly common in nursing homes across the country.

Before you choose a nursing home for your loved ones, make sure you know the facility has their best interests at heart. Our oldest citizens deserve respect and quality care.

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Elder Care

Do You Know the Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse?

Choosing nursing home, assisted living or in-home medical care is complicated, difficult and often an emotional process. The last thing on your mind is the possibility that those responsible for the care of some of our most vulnerable citizens would abuse or neglect their patients. But it does happen all too often, which is why you should know the signs of elder abuse and how to find quality care for the older loved ones in your life.

BY THE NUMBERS

13%

Adults 65-plus make up 13 percent of the population, numbering more than 40 million.

VIDEO BOOKMARK

A Culture of Denial,
a Failure to Act

CNN investigation uncovers rampant sexual assault in elder care facilities – and little accountability. 
 

THE DOCKET

ONLINE ABUSE

Social media abuse of nursing home residents often goes unchecked, reports NPR.


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