Recognizing the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse in Florida

Florida, known for its sunny weather and retirement communities, is home to a significant elderly population. As our loved ones age, many of them find comfort and care in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. These places are meant to provide a safe and nurturing environment for the elderly, but unfortunately, instances of nursing home abuse persist.


It is essential to recognize the signs and

Signs of Florida Nursing Home Abuse

Many people move to Florida after retirement to live out their twilight years in the amazing climate the state has to offer. Because of this, you find a lot of older people in the state, and eventually, those people may end up in nursing homes – nursing homes in which they may suffer abuse and neglect.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that

Was Your Elderly Loved One Harmed in FL Due to Poor Care?


Nursing homes are meant to be a place where loved ones are cared for. It is a difficult choice for many families to make. You must reach the decision that your elderly loved one can no longer care for themselves and, therefore, needs constant medical supervision.


People place a level of trust in nursing homes and other elderly care facilities to care for this

17 Warning Signs Your Senior May Be Experiencing Maltreatment

Elder abuse is, unfortunately, more common than you may think. It can happen in a variety of ways and in a variety of places, so it’s important to know what to be on the lookout for to identify whether it’s happening to someone you care about.


Today’s post covers a myriad of warning signs that can signal elder abuse, and what you can do if

FL COVID-19 Care to Be Guided by “Fairness, Equality, and Compassion”


For those who live with disabilities, even everyday activities can sometimes be incredibly challenging. This is the primary reason the Americans with Disabilities Act was created and signed into law.


The current COVID-19 pandemic though has many worried that disability act violations may become widespread as states attempt to prioritize medical care.


Some disability rights groups are concerned that disabled persons may not

Florida Helps Keep Elderly Safe with Senior Transportation Options

TRIP, a national transportation group, found that in 2010, Florida had the most fatalities involving drivers aged 65 and older.  Seven years later, in 2017, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) found the same results.


A quick look into the matter will bring up articles with headlines like “Is it Time to Get Grandpa Off the Road?” and “Should Elderly People Even Drive?” However,