For people who are new at nursing home searching, no nursing home will take a patient that needs one-on-one round the clock supervision. That's not economical to them. Business-wise, they want the least number of aids for the most patients. They charge the world but provide the minimum. The admissions people try to blame it on the aids, saying that they have "attitudes" and don't want to work that hard, which I'm sure is true for some people, but the bottom line is the bottom line. They don't want to spend. Disgusting.
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