Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)

After elder abuse complaints, care providers offer apologies and solutions

As Minnesota works to improve protections for seniors and vulnerable adults, long-term care providers offered apologies for past abuses and ideas for improving safety.

“To all the seniors and families whose lives have been impacted, in any way, by abuse or maltreatment, please know we share their hurt and their grief and are truly sorry for the heartbreaking experiences they have endured,” Gayle Kvenvold, CEO of LeadingAge, told members of the Senate aging and long-term care committee Wednesday.


Reader Comments(0)

Rendered 02/26/2024 14:15