Comment ANZACMF-Military Police:
What is there to say, the aged ones live as long as they have money?-once money is gone, they get sick and are gone. While they don’t get proper medication, not enough staff to care for them, not proper food, not qualified medical treatment if necessary. They are dosed up on paracetamol, risperdone and rixadone, (both banned) to keep them quiet.
This is what neglect looks like
By Anne Connolly and Clare Blumer, ABC Investigations
Within days of Eva Rinaldi taking her father to a nursing home in November last year, she knew something was wrong.
Despite his dementia, diabetes and blindness, 80-year-old Luigi Cantali kept telling her he wasn’t showered, his continence pads were not changed, and he was left inside all day with no exercise.
Eva complained to management at Carino Care, the nursing home in the Sydney inner-west suburb of Russell Lea, but her father told her nothing had changed.
Luigi playing the piano accordion with his daughter smiling.
Luigi Cantali and his daughter Eva.
So, on Christmas Eve last year and with her father’s permission, she placed a hidden camera in his room.