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The RGLZ Report2018-05-25T15:09:51+00:00

Elder Abuse & Neglect Warning Sign #1: Bed Sores

One of the more obvious warning signs of elder abuse or neglect is the presence of bed sores. Bed sores, also known as pressure sores, are painful skin ulcers that can be fatal at their worst stage. When they form on nursing home patients, it usually indicates issues of understaffing or negligence.

7 Warning Signs of Elder Abuse & Neglect that YOU should know!

More than two million cases of elder abuse are reported in the United States every year, and as many as one in ten elderly people are victims of elder abuse in some form.* There are seven clear warning signs of elder abuse that you need to know to keep your loved one safe.

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Shaken Baby Syndrome and Traumatic Brain Injury

“I shook him to quiet him down”. The end result is “Shaken Baby Syndrome”, a despicable crime usually borne of ignorance. The victim, a defenseless baby, ends up brain damaged or even dies. The mechanism of Shaken Baby Syndrome and Traumatic Brain Injury (“TBI”) are identical.

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