Group Homes


Group homes can prove environments in which neglect and abuse occur.

As in other residential facilities, like nursing homes and assisted living facilities, where the elderly are placed under the supervision of others, group homes can prove environments in which neglect and abuse occur. Group homes are usually small, with no more than six residents and one formally-trained caregiver who also resides in the home.

Why do elderly residents live in group homes?

Usually residents in a group home, elderly or not, are mentally deficient in some way. Thus, they require continual assistance in order to perform the basic tasks of daily living. But these mental disabilities, most notably Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in the case of elderly residents, makes the patients in group homes particularly prone to abuse and neglect.

Neglect in group homes often arises because the residents’ sole caregiver is overworked and unable to provide adequate supervision.

Potential dangers in a group home

The attorneys at PA Nursing Home Lawyers have numerous years of distinguished legal experience representing the rights of group home residents who suffered neglect and abuse. Confronting group homes head-on is essential to securing justice for our clients.

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Haberman Law is dedicated to representing the rights of victims of nursing home abuse and neglect.

Many of us turn to nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and group homes to provide care for our elderly loved ones.

If you suspect that a loved one was the victim of abuse or neglect in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or group home, contact us.

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