Fifteen Minnesota nursing home residents with dementia were abused, taunted and groped by four nursing home aides who were simply looking for on-the-job thrills, according to a story in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune. The four aides from Good Samaritan Society nursing home in Albert Lea, Minn., were fired after a coworker revealed that she was aware of the four women abusing residents, the Star Tribune reported. The aides allegedly held residents down whey they resisted, put their fingers in residents’ mouths and noses to quiet their cries and screams, hit and rubbed their breasts and genitals, and sexually “humped” ... Read More
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