Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Black Women, NY nursing home director charged with losing dementia patient

Juliet Clifford, former nursing home director is charged with losing one of her dementia patients.   Sisters, for many years some black women have chosen to operate boarding facilities for the elderly, mentally ill or children.  However, although the money is good, it doesn't pay enough to ever do wrong, if you know to do better. 

According to NYDailyNews.com, Clifford, 43, didn’t call 911 after Frazer vanished from the Bishop Charles Waldo Maclean Episcopal Nursing Home on May 26, said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. He wasn’t reported missing until May 30.
Of course, we know mistakes happen, but that's why it is very important to hire extra employees, so they can handle it when it gets to be too much work.  Hopefully, Clifford can explain what actually happen and be given another chance, if the licensing people comprehend her explanation.  In the meantime, she is in our prayers.

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Queens nursing home director charged with losing dementia patient, lying about it

A Queens nursing home director has been charged with losing one of her dementia patients and then lying to investigators, authorities said Saturday.

Alan Frazer, 74, remains missing two weeks after...Read full article, here.

Source and Photo: nydailynews.com


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