How to Honor a Loved One Who Died from Kentucky Nursing Home Abuse

You are stunned when your worst fears are confirmed. Your loved one did not die of old age or an underlying medical condition. Instead, her death was the direct result of the abuse or neglect that she experienced in a Kentucky nursing home. You will, of course, do everything that you would’ve done, regardless of how your loved one died. You will have a beautiful funeral or memorial service, you will follow the mourning rituals of your traditions, if appropriate, and you will welcome the love and support of your friends and family.

There May Be Even More You Can Do

As you grieve, you may be able to take steps to protect others and honor your loved one. For example, you may be able to use funds to set up scholarships or programs that allow for more:

  • Training. Better training for staff members may help prevent abuse and neglect.
  • Staff. Additional staff members may help prevent abuse and neglect.
  • Oversight. Better oversight may provide a deterrent to abuse and neglect and encourage early detection of problems.
  • Support for victims. Victims of nursing home abuse or neglect may need emotional and/or financial support.

You may structure these things to occur in the specific nursing home where your loved one resided or more broadly in various nursing homes in your area.

Contact a Kentucky Nursing Home Abuse Attorney for More Information

An experienced Kentucky nursing home abuse lawyer may be able to help you get the funds that you need to achieve your goals and see that justice is done. For more information, please contact us today at 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942.

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