Nursing Home Abuse

Celebrating Mother’s Day Apart

by NPHM | May 4th, 2020

Mother’s Day is a holiday usually celebrated together, whether that means taking Mom out to a fancy restaurant for dinner or surprising her with an unexpected visit. But this year, things are different for mothers and their children. The threat of COVID-19 means that many family members who don’t live in the same home need […]

What to Look for in a Nursing Home

by NPHM | February 3rd, 2020

When you’re searching for the right nursing home, do you know what to look for? Above all, you want a facility that you can trust to provide the best care possible. Deciding which nursing homes to consider and which to avoid isn’t easy, especially if this if your first time doing it. The good news […]

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

by NPHM | November 11th, 2019

It’s only natural to worry about the safety, security, and health of your loved ones. That feeling is even more intense when a family member lives in a nursing home and under the  care of people who may be complete strangers to you and even to them. Most nursing homes give residents quality care, but […]

10 Common Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

by Cary Graham | September 12th, 2016

Ohio has some of the best assisted living facilities in the country. That’s good for Ohioans who must make the tough decision to place an aging loved one in a nursing home. Those folks do their best to find the right facility that will not only extend exceptional care for their loved one, but also treat them […]

Preventing Nursing Home Fall Injuries

by NPHM | April 3rd, 2015

What should you do when a nursing home administrator calls to inform you that a family member suffered a fall in the nursing home? The immediate concern should be making certain that your family member has been thoroughly examined to rule out serious injuries. The nursing home’s initial response to the fall is important because […]

Protecting Your Loved Ones From the Dangers of Nursing Home Abuse

by Staff | January 22nd, 2015

More information has come to light in recent years about the rate at which nursing home abuse occurs. The most recent estimates show as many as one-third of all elderly individuals living in a long-term care facility will suffer harm at the hand of another person. Numbers like this leave many wondering who is most […]