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According to ABC News, between the years of 19, one in three nursing homes in the USA were cited for more than 9,000 instances of abuse.
Elderly advocates say having video evidence can help bring that number down.
He says some cases of reported abuse are simply misunderstandings.
"It would help the employees be able to tell the whole story, and it would prove what the employees are saying. Besides helping to prove innocence, Pappas anticipates these cameras will improve the overall care of residents.
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“But ultimately, the abuse was captured, and that outweighed a lot of those concerns.”Inspired by the case, a Charleston state senator introduced a bill last week to make it clear that families have electronic surveillance at their disposal in gauging loved ones’ quality of care. The measure would require state-licensed facilities to inform residents and their relatives of the tool.Read More: Galesburg man accused of beating Alzheimer's patient "It gives them a sense of security, a sense of peace, that their loved ones are getting the finest care they can get," says Alzheimer's Association's Development and Communications Specialist, Bill Horrell.The cost of the cameras fall on the families, the cameras can't take still photographs, and facility staff needs to be notified first.The woman suspected that her 101-year-old grandfather was being abused, but the frail man couldn’t talk about it. But Lamont wondered whether it could be done without violating residents’ and employees’ privacy.He consulted with attorneys and later planted a camera that the police say filmed a Mount Pleasant Manor worker hitting and taunting the man as he lay in bed.
Nobody involved in Lamont’s case has said there was anything legally or ethically dubious about how he captured the video.