Minnesota Assisted Living Resources
Minnesota Assisted Facilities Living Information
Minnesota assisted living and nursing home abuse and neglect are important issues to senior citizens and their families. Nursing home neglect can often be attributed to lack of administrative policies and procedures, poorly trained staff and inadequate staffing. Vulnerable adults and the elderly should not be subjected to the following forms of neglect: malnutrition, dehydration, pressure ulcers, falls, medication errors, lack of infection control and injuries caused from lack of supervision.
To research the licensure or registration of an assisted living or housing with services provider see the MDH website. You can check current home care provider survey results including assisted living providers.
A complaint can be filed with the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints (OHFC). You can view past complaints and substantiated deficiencies in care and treatment provided to residents at the OHFC website.
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A copy of the Minnesota Home Care Bill of Rights for Assisted Living Clients is available through the Minnesota Department of Health.
Neglect can be avoided with proper training and education. Contact us to consult with a Minnesota Nursing Home Lawyer who is dedicated to holding Nursing Homes and Assisted Living facilities accountable to the contracts they sign with the government, Medicare and Medicaid promising to provide residents with the “highest quality of care practicable.”
If you have questions about the quality of care of someone you care about contact Minnesota Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth LaBore for information on how to reduce or prevent elder abuse and neglect in nursing homes, assisted living, home care, memory care or any other elder care facility. Ken can be reached at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com