LTC 328 Week 4 DQ 1 (Case Study)

LTC 328 Week 4 DQ 1 (Case Study) - Case Study#3 in Part V...

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“Case Study #3” in Part V of Effective Management of Long-Term Care Facilities. answer #1: Should the latest incident in July be regarded as patient abuse or not? See Exhibit CS3–1. answer #2: How would you go about investigating and documenting the incident? See Exhibits CS3–2 and CS3–3. answer #3: Suppose this is patient abuse, what further action would you take? answer #1: Should the latest incident in July be regarded as patient abuse or not? See Exhibit CS3–1. Mrs. Hollister/Hollinger previously had an incident in January where she was observed trying to pry her husbands mouth open then ultimately slapped him. This resulted in her being barred from the center and a report was made to police as a registered complaint of domestic violence as well as a notification was made to the state Department of Health. Apparently Mrs. H felt she had a right to continues visiting her husband after this incident and after meeting with the Social Worker, she was granted the opportunity to visit with supervision and monitoring by the facility. In July, it was witnessed and reported to the new Administrator that Mrs. H slapped her husband in the face during breakfast that morning. Regardless of the reason Mrs. H used to justify her action, it should also be considered a case of abuse. Physical elder abuse is non-accidental use of force against an elderly person that results in physical pain, injury, or impairment. (Robinson, de Benedictis, & Segal, 2012) The main reason is that a similar incident occured before which led to reports being made to the police. She was also allowed to continue visiting her husband with the understanding that she was being monitored. Since an earlier incident was documented and reported to the state DoH, any further complaint on this issue could become discoverable, therefore, in order to cover the facility obligation to comply with one of the basic rights for a person residing in a care facility.: Residents have the right to dignity, respect, and freedom . Residents have the right to be treated with consideration, respect and dignity, to be free from abuse , both mental
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