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In the wake of reports and investigations of elder abuse, some states have instituted laws that would allow families to install video recording devices in the rooms of nursing home residents.Such states with “granny cam” laws include Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma.Personnel at the nursing home have offered no explanation for the patient's poor condition. A recent article in reports that as many as 20% of elder care facilities in Japan acknowledge abuse occurred at their facilities.Reported abuses include violence, forced restraint, verbal abuse, neglect, theft and even sexual assault.

“Second childhood” requires as much care and supervision as the first, and often more; like infants, many elderly are vulnerable.

And too many caregivers, both professional and family members, either take advantage of the situation – or fail in their duties and responsibilities. elder abuse statistics suggest that 1 in 10 seniors have been victims of elder abuse (not including financial crimes).