A residential care facility (assisted care) is saying I am interfering with a friend's (health) care. And that she could be evicted.
I have been a visitor there for a few years and all of a sudden this charge is now bring brought up. My visiting procedure has not changed. It is not my business to tell workers what to do, I certainly do not give medications, diagnosis, or medical advice. This makes me curious.
A few days ago an inspector was at the facility and when she saw me she asked that I speak with her which I did. So I have to wonder if there is a link involved. I looked up the facility on the website and saw several public record complaints.
You should see if you can find that inspector and talk to them about this new issue. Otherwise, find the state board that licenses this facility and talk to the people there. Your facts make it sound like the facility is retaliating against you for having talked to the inspector.
Hiring an attorney to help you with this would make it easier, but you probably can get it done on your own by using the computer and googling the information.
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