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The vice president of Elder Abuse Prevention and Ombudsman Services Molly Davies shares that even good nursing homes engage in this practice and the best thing you can do is to know your loved one’s rights as a nursing home patient. She shares the important questions you can ask as a consumer to make sure that you are not getting into a bad scenario. She warns if you’re ever told that it’s time for your loved one to move, do not accept that. Plus, Sara whose father needs full time care and was illegally evicted from his home, shares an update on her dad who has been in a new facility for three years and is doing really well.