My daughter in law was taken off treatment when her therapist threatened to send her to a group home for not being able to make it to appts. I researched her just being taken off her meds and this could cause her to get worse. This place also has her on a payee who will not give her extra money for food, bills or anything else. My son has tried to get power of atty so they can meet the needs but the institution is fighting this. What can be done
We would need many more facts and to review the actual documentation about diagnosis and treatment to answer this question correctly. I would suggest consulting with an attorney in the Pueblo area for a paid consultation. I refer everyone to Matthew Martin in the Pueblo area. He is an excellent attorney.
This is really not a malpractice issue as Mr Schoen has stated. If for some reason she has quantifiable damages that a physician would testify to because she was taken off her medications, that would potentially be a case. You should discuss with a health law attorney, and perhaps see if her doctor would agree to transfer her to a different facility.
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