A powerful video surveillance showed the employees the scolding of a patient, and, to him, was lying on the ground, in spite of his calls for help.
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A shocking surveillance video captured employees at a North Carolina nursing home, scolding a patient for soiling himself, and left him on the ground after he fell and called for help.
The patient’s daughter, Rebecca Knapton, set up a camera in a 68-year-old father-of-the-clock, after the man told her that he had been assaulted by the staff of Universal Health care in Raleigh, north carolina, WRAL reported.
The image of the man falling off the bed at around 4:20 p.m. Knapton, told WRAL her father was recovering from a stroke, in the course of time. The patient was heard to call out for help for more than an hour, if a member of staff walking into the room to check on the patient, and to walk without any help. The man again cried out for help, until you have a couple of staff members came into the room and asked him why he was on the floor.
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“What are you doing here?” one member of staff was heard to ask. “What are you doing on the floor?”
“I’m in need of help,” the man replied. He told the people that he was in an accident over the course of the session. The agent of violence is the man for the incident, and changed his apparel, as he remained on the floor.
“You were in the room. You have made the decision to go out on the floor, so don’t complain that it’s cold,” one staff member scolded.
“You’re doing something very very wrong with your life. So, what have you done?” You are suffering so badly, and so you have done something wrong. Yes, you did,” the agent continued.
The patient was put to bed at around 5:40 a.m., but she continued to talk to him.
“How old are you? You’re supposed to be able to enjoy your retirement. Instead, you need to look at what you are doing, shitting on you. Shame on you,” one employee said. “Shame on you. Shame on you.”
An employee is transferred to a pillow, under the man’s head.
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Knapton is provided WRAL with the images. Choice Health Management Services, nursing home, and the company released a statement about the video is that the staff involved in the incident were completed.
“As soon as the facility became aware of the allegations, an investigation was started. It is understood that the family is in the care and regret that this has happened. The employees involved were terminated for their bad behavior. The remaining employees are given additional in-service training,” the statement read.
The state said it was investigating both the incident and the nursing home.