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The stories are plentiful — and terrifying.

Wounds that appear from nowhere, meals removed before the ‘patient’ can eat them, improper toilet assistance, mishandling of pharmaceuticals, virtually uncontrolled temperatures, incompetent care: whether it’s due to a lack of training or intentional disregard for the well-being of the patient, ‘caregivers’ require constant oversight.

Abuse can occur in even the most routine of circumstances. People report having been deceived, mistreated, maligned, misunderstood, misrepresented and even ridiculed — all in the name of ‘care.’

However it has happened, the ‘caregivers’ of the past do not seem to be representative of the ‘caregivers’ people report encountering today and, the ‘good’ ones remaining often report feeling compelled to become the ‘whistleblowers’ of nursing — a career once regarded as among the most honorable of professions.

What, then, should you do if you’re ‘offsite’ and cannot be there to monitor the situation?

There are resources available to you whether it’s routine watchfulness or a full investigation of suspected abuse.

Our phones are answered 24/7 to accommodate you, nationwide. If you think you need to check up on a caregiving situation, we are as close as the phone.