I have been repeatedly called a liar by staff at the personal care home I live in. I think lying is a sin. also a bad person.

Asked 12 months ago - Shippensburg, PA

Almost constant verbal abuse. I am physically ill, suffer from insomnia yet they allow my schizophrenic roomie to keep me up and wake me up. And I was touched inappropriately NOT sexually and no bruises) by the administrator. Have been threatened with eviction several times when they know I have nowhere to go. And forced to take a shot for a condition I don't have plus it makes me sick! When I refused it under those grounds they were going to (mental) hospitalize me involuntarily! Is this legal? Terrible misdiagnosis ! Oh I was taken OFF that medication twice because it made me worse! WE had a verbal agreement about something now they are goin back on their word. In front of several witnesses inc. an ombudsman from Office of Aging.

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  1. Christian K. Lassen II


    Contributor Level 20


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    Answered . Duplicate post

  2. Craig Bernard Mitchell

    Contributor Level 14


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    Answered . If possible you or someone on your behalf should contact the Office of the State Long Term Ombudsman and file a confidential complaint. Follow the link for contact information as well as information about your rights.

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  3. John F. Fox Jr.

    Contributor Level 10


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    Answered . If you believe you have suffered abuse/neglect, contact a lawyer specializing in nursing home abuse to review your case.

  4. Adam Elliot Carr

    Contributor Level 8


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    Answered . You may want to consult with a lawyer to see what your rights and remedies are. Please consult with competent counsel if you require a more specific answer.

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