Okay, that was a quote from Har Justice on my FB. Good one! Although when they don’t take time to cut and feed meals the elderly lovingly but instead (falsely) deem them an aspiration risk and put in a feeding tube against their will, add a few chemical restraints to it (illegal) and then tie them to a bed or wheel chair because they’re a fall risk, I think slums and ghettos are better places. You can get out of them alive. Not so in a gship nursing home placement. From what I’ve seen most die and many are murdered and none are investigated. Once the gship is started, most wards will be forced into a nursing home and will never see the light of day again or breathe any fresh air again. Ever.
And I wonder if that’s where the probate courts get their list of nursing homes for wards forced to go there. Nah, they already have a list of nursing homes with the best paybacks. (See prior post on sign from Sunrise of Park Ridge with a $2,000 bounty on any elder’s head making them a target for probate courts and Guardians)
From the website:
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