Try the ombudsman for your state to help find the safest nursing home. In NJ here is the website. https://www.nj.gov/ooie/ They can tell you the safest and the best place to help.
try the health care ombudsman for your state. in NJ here is the link, https://www.nj.gov/ooie/
Both, It does not sound like any standard of care is being given. Just keep trying. They need real food, not just frozen. Fresh fruit and veggies as well.
It depends how long they worked for you and are they leaving on good terms. Do you have the money to pay? I would say if you can a weeks salary for every 2 years they worked for you.
The difference between hands-on care and companion care is that hands-on care is when it is medically or physically necessary. Companion care is used for quality-of-life and companionship and building strong bonds between the patient and the caregiver.
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