Many older citizens have no other option but to move into nursing facilities and long-term care homes to receive the assistance they require to maintain their health and hygiene. Because of their deteriorating physical and mental conditions, these elderly residents place all of their needs in the hands of caregivers. Unfortunately, nursing home neglect, mistreatment and abuse is all too common, especially at facilities with inadequately trained staff and unqualified caregivers.
Our nursing home abuse attorneys serve as legal advocates to ensure that every resident receives proper care, competent supervision and all the services they require to maintain mental and physical health during their vulnerable years. We provide the most current data outlining serious concerns on the safety and well-being of nursing home residents statewide. Many families use this valuable information as an effective tool to place their loved one in a facility that provides the best medical services, shelter and nutrition.ManorCare of Naperville
ManorCare of Naperville is a 115-certified bed Medicaid/Medicare participating facility providing skilled nursing, post hospital and residential care to residents of DuPage and Will County, including those in Naperville, Illinois. The facility is located at:
200 Martin Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540
In addition, the for-profit home provides medical care, long-term residential care and rehabilitation therapies including occupational, physical and speech therapy.Nursing Home Patient Safety Concerns
The federal government maintains records on every nursing facility within the United States and publishes their current status using a star rating system. The information is publicly available at www.Medicare.gov. Currently, ManorCare of Naperville maintains an overall average of three out of five stars including four stars for health inspections, four stars for staffing and one star for quality measures.
The nursing home neglect attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers have found numerous filed complaints, opened investigations and patient safety concerns involving ManorCare of Naperville. Some of these concerns include:
- Failure to Investigate or Report an Allegation of Abuse, Neglect or Mistreatment:
- Failure to Retain the Dignity and Respect of Individuality:
- Failure to provide an environment free of accidents and hazards:
In a summary statement of deficiencies dated 04/18/2014, a complaint investigation was opened against the facility for its failure to “follow their policy for incident/accident reporting for [a resident who is at] high risk for fall.” This is in response to a 02/25/14 incident where a resident “hit her foot against the wall and had pain.” The report claims that the Assistant Director of Nursing / ADON “stated she did not do the incident report because there was no proof that it happened.”
In a summary statement of deficiencies dated 11/21/2014, state inspectors noted during an annual licensure and certification survey that ManorCare of Naperville failed to retain the dignitary and respect of individuality concerning residents at the facility. This notation is partially in response to an 11/19/2014 incident involving a resident complaint that she called a CNA “to empty her full bedside commode. [The resident] stated the [CNA] refused and asked [the resident] if she had asked the day shift CNA to do it because it was shift change at the time. [The resident] stated she had to get up and do it herself and she was weak and not feeling well. [The resident] stated, “This made me feel bad, I did not feel well and I could not move well. I really needed help.”
In a summary statement of deficiencies dated 08/23/2011, a complaint investigation was opened against the facility for their failure to “provide adequate supervision of a two-person transfer with a mechanical lift and to ensure [the resident] wears a cervical collar at all times to maintain a C-3 cervical fracture.”
If you, or a loved one, have suffered poor care, serious mistreatment, abuse or neglect while residing at ManorCare of Naperville, or any other nursing facility in Illinois, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers can help. Our team of nursing home abuse attorneys can provide immediate legal remedies to stop the mistreatment now.
We urge you to contact our law offices today at (888) 424-5757 for a no cost, no obligation full case review. We provide all legal services concerning your case on contingency. This means that we provide legal advice, counsel and representation without the cost of upfront litigation fees. We are only paid for our services when we recover financial compensation for you.