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What are some common nursing home violations?

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As of 2014, common violations in nursing homes include those related to reporting abuse and neglect, incorrectly administering medication, improperly handling and delivering food, and failing to meet building codes, states AssistedLiving.com. A 2007 report by federal investigators found similar violations, according to the New York Times.

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Some nursing homes had additional violations, such as insufficient training of staff, failure to assess the condition of residents on an ongoing basis, and mistakes with paperwork and other administrative tasks, reports AssistedLiving.com. Abuse and neglect includes physical abuse, sexual assault, improper care and feeding of patients, and theft of their belongings or assets, explains Nolo.

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