Do we have legal recourse to a senior housing facility that accepted my mother then last minute “changed their mind”?
March 28, 2018
We (adult children) have been looking for a suitable nursing home/memory care facility for my 87 year old mother. She broke her hip and has been declining. She needs 24 hour professional care. We found a place, they interviewed us and her and accepted her. Much time was spent on details and paperwork. Less than 24 hours before her agreed upon move date they said they would not take her. We cancelled her full time home aids, took off work, traveled from out of state, got overnight child care.....etc let alone the mental yo yo for all!! Now we are left scrambling with no professional help. What can we do? It’s horrible!
Although you got the run-around, your mother wasn't physically harmed, so there wouldn't be any basis for a suit in damages. Try this site for other options: https://www.medicare.gov/nursinghomecompare/search.html
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