Elder Care Rights

Each Elderly person is still allowed their basic human rights, their rights to health care, and their right to live. If those rights are being abused by an Enduring power of Attorney (EPOA) then the Adult Guardian will step in to protect and promote the rights of the person who is cognitive impaired (ie can not speak for themselves). No matter what age a person is, what is their reason for needing a nursing home – they deserve the basic care and needs that is their right.

Supporting Elderly People

If you are concerned about your Children admitting you to an Nursing Home without your consent then you need to find the answers to your questions. Confide in either a great friend, or family member or seek out an advocate who can support you without being personally involved.

There are laws for all and everyone. They are put into place to protect a person… so if you are an elderly person and you are wondering about, elder care laws? … then ask for help and reassurance. There will be a time when you will need a Nursing Home if there is no-one at home able to care for you. There is also home care – where a team of Nurses can give visits to your home depending on your needs and what you can apply for. So check out all your options before you are forced into any situation that you do not feel comfortable with. Elderly People deserve the best care possible.
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