Laurel Cline, Aug. 3, 2017, during a visit to her mother Lenora, who has Alzheimer’s disease, in a nursing home in Whittier. Cline says her mother, during stays at three different nursing homes in recent years, was sometimes left neglected for hours at a time in her wheelchair after being given antipsychotics. (Ed Kashi/Human Rights Watch via AP)
Laurel Cline, Aug. 3, 2017, during a visit to her mother Lenora, who has Alzheimer’s disease, in a nursing home in Whittier. Cline says her mother, during stays at three different nursing homes in recent years, was sometimes left neglected for hours at a time in her wheelchair after being given antipsychotics. (Ed Kashi/Human Rights Watch via AP) Ed Kashi AP
Laurel Cline, Aug. 3, 2017, during a visit to her mother Lenora, who has Alzheimer’s disease, in a nursing home in Whittier. Cline says her mother, during stays at three different nursing homes in recent years, was sometimes left neglected for hours at a time in her wheelchair after being given antipsychotics. (Ed Kashi/Human Rights Watch via AP) Ed Kashi AP

What everyone with a loved one in a nursing home should know – and demand

February 28, 2018 12:00 PM