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Abuse caught on hidden “granny cams” in recent months has led to arrests and criminal charges for staff at two Twin Cities-area nursing homes.In a case last month, footage showed an aide at a Hopkins residence striking an elderly patient on the head with an elbow and a hair brush.Disturbing footage Within 72 hours, the sisters saw enough disturbing footage to contact the president of York Gardens’ owner, Ebenezer, leaving him a flurry of messages.
Peters said she was shocked one morning to witness two angry employees at York Gardens screaming at each other within sight of elderly residents gathered for breakfast.
There were the mornings that Jackie, who suffered from vascular dementia, looked unbathed and complained of soreness in her arms.
And there was the time their mother shook her head and scolded herself, saying, “I’ve been a bad girl” — language that was out of character, the sisters said.
Months earlier, an employee at a New Hope nursing home was caught on tape throwing a towel at the face of a bedridden dementia patient; the camera also caught staff talking on cellphones when they were supposed to be caring for patients, according to police reports.
Since the last case surfaced, the state’s ombudsman for long-term care has received at least one call a day from concerned relatives.
Many families want to know how to install cameras after detecting suspicious signs, such as sudden mood swings or unexplained bruising, said Cheryl Hennen, state long-term care ombudsman.