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Could not get this piece in any of the local papers, so here it is ...
Lisa has exactly the kind of “lack of experience” that the entire Probate system of
Meanwhile, the facility doing its damnedest to keep me away entirely [“Isolate, Medicate, Liquidate”] was dislocating my mother’s shoulder and neglecting multiple carcinomas. There was no such thing as stroke rehabilitation for her at Wilton Meadows ~ which was why I signed her in, in 2010. After she was “Conserved,” all I could do was go to the Dept. of Public Health, with the help of the Regional Ombudsman, and the DPH did issue several Citations. But I could not get her out of there, even when I still held her Health Care Representative authority, after her Durable Power of Attorney was brushed aside – and this is NOT unusual ~ hence the National Association to STOP Guardian Abuse.
People need to know this: We wouldn't have a National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse lobbying in
There is a viable suit for my mother to bring against the nursing home (as I am doing for my own damages), but I can’t sue for her – it has to be her Conservator. But the Probate Court won’t break rank with the nursing home, and this is another reason not to appoint me.
This Conservator had a golden opportunity to make this wrong as right as it can be made after all this time. But he wouldn’t even meet with his ward’s community, and discuss what we had planned. After five more months of Limbo in my mother’s life, after nothing but vague assurances, when I (again) enlisted support from the State, he chose to walk away from the controversy, rather than explore its resolution.