Did a Caretaker Hurt Your Loved One?

When you entrust your loved one to a caretaker, you have certain expectations. First and foremost, you want someone who will take care of your family member in your place. You need a trustworthy person who is responsive and compassionate. So, what happens when the person you hire actually hurts your loved one? What can you do? In all probability, you may have preferred to take on the job yourself. However, caring for an aging parent or a disabled family member often means giving up gainful employment. Therefore, the hunt is on for either a nursing home or a private caretaker. You know it’s not easy. In fact, you almost feel guilty for passing on the challenge to the outside. Perhaps it’s your mother or father suffering from dementia. Each day represents some new encounter. Even your patience runs thin. With that said, you want the best for your family member. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case when you assign care to someone else. Take for example a…

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