How would the installation of video cameras help with general care in nursing home facilities?

Video cameras enable us to know what’s going on behind the scenes when no one is looking at long term care facilities, whether it’s a nursing home or an assisted living facility. We’re able to watch the care given at bedside, we’re able to watch what’s happening throughout the facility and that gives us a good idea of what may have occurred or what may not have occurred.

When someone is bringing a claim, you can never be certain because there aren’t those extra eyes there. But they are going to be able to keep watch over these individuals who can’t take care of themselves, can’t protect themselves, and enable a judge, a jury or whoever’s involved in the investigation to see what actually took place.

Don Fann works with Kelley | Uustal and represents individuals who have been neglected and abused at nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Florida.

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