Sexual abuse of residents in long-term care facilities, assisted-living centers and nursing homes is a little-discussed problem nationwide.
Sexual abuse of residents in long-term care facilities, assisted-living centers and nursing homes is a little-discussed problem nationwide. Neil Nakahodo nnakahodo@kcstar.com
Sexual abuse of residents in long-term care facilities, assisted-living centers and nursing homes is a little-discussed problem nationwide. Neil Nakahodo nnakahodo@kcstar.com

America’s hidden horror: Sexual abuse in nursing homes and care facilities

April 23, 2017 08:02 AM

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