Re: no privacy in assisted living
Keep a journal. Document everything. If you have a meeting with someone, write a brief one page letter as a followup, summarizing your conversation. The same thing with telephone calls. Start with the facility and work your way up the chain of command. Eventually talk with the people at whatever state agency is responsible for regulating and inspecting nursing homes. It might be worth buying an hour of time with a lawyer, but I doubt you have a lawsuit and certainly not one on contingency. There has to be money damages. Would you spend fifteen or thirty thousand dollars on principle? Just take it step by step through the system. Be dogmatic and be persistent. Don't let people brush you off. It is very common but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.