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Arizona nursing home issues that warrant investigation

You can't be two places at once. This is no doubt one of the reasons you may have hesitated choosing nursing home care for your aging parent. Then again, if he or she has certain medical needs or has suffered mental decline, you may have logically determined that living independently was no longer a viable option. Like most loyal adult children in Arizona, you want what is best for your parent and realized that entrusting his or her care to licensed professionals may be best. 

Why are doctors slow to admit their mistakes?

When aspiring physicians first enter medical school, they're required to take what's known at the Hippocratic Oath. By taking it, they're understood to agree to uphold certain ethical standards when it comes to taking care of patients that they may come into contact with. If doctors are bound by this, then you may wonder why so many doctors seem either unable or unwilling to admit when they've made a mistake.

What are signs of emotional abuse among nursing home residents?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data shows that at least 1.4 million individuals across the United States reside at nursing homes. Of those who do, at least 80 percent are 65-years-old or older. The fact that so many residents are of an advanced age means that a significant number of them require additional daily medical attention to get by.

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