Nursing homes

Granny Snatching: Give Connecticut’s Elderly the Best of Yourself for the Holidays

December 21, 2011
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Granny Snatching: Give Connecticut’s Elderly the Best of Yourself for the Holidays

If you only look at television advertising or listen to the radio version of those same ads you’d easily conclude that all is happiness at this time of the year – even husbands doing last minute shopping are having a blast! But reality is different and the holidays, whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah...

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Granny Snatching: Controversial Ct Executive Orders On Unionized Health Care Aides Progress

December 14, 2011
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Granny Snatching: Controversial Ct Executive Orders On Unionized Health Care Aides Progress

Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Executive Orders 9 and 10 which provide for, or require, unionization of home health care aides and family daycare providers, even those working independently, has moved forward with establishment of two “working groups” to begin reviewing the order. Executive Order 10 calls for establishing a Personal Care Attendant Quality Home Care...

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Granny Snatching: If Not the Connecticut DSS, Who Can You Trust?

December 7, 2011
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Granny Snatching: If Not the Connecticut DSS, Who Can You Trust?

In the realm of state-level governmental agencies there are few that directly affect the lives and welfare of people most needing assistance more than the Ct Department of Social Services. Who more needs to know without question that they can rely on the representatives of the one government agency they are likely to be...

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For Profit Hospice Firms Ripping Off Taxpayers By Trolling For Elderly Inelligible For Care

December 6, 2011
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Many for profit hospice companies are ripping us as taxpayers off by convincing doctors and nursing homes to put elderly into hospice care even though they don’t meet the requirement that they have only six months left to live. “Hospice care, once chiefly a charitable cause, has become a growth industry, with $14 billion...

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