Aug 252014
 August 25, 2014  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Online

Kelly Holleran reports:

The children of a woman living in a Sugar Land nursing home claim they have been banned from the facility because of postings on social media.

Mackey Glen Peterson, Don Leslie Peterson and Lonny Peterson filed a lawsuit July 29 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas Houston Division against Silverado Senior Living, doing business as Silverado Senior Living–Sugar Land, and Tana McMillon.

In their complaint, the Petersons allege their visitation rights to Silverado Senior Living had been revoked based on the “posting of exploitive and invasive materials which also violate the privacy rights of other Silverado residents.”

Read more on Southeast Texas Record.

  One Response to “Children banned from mother’s nursing home over social media posts, suit claims”

  1. Silverado says that DADS did not find them guilty but they lie because DADS cited them the past two years for abuse, neglect and exploitation of the elderly. DADS bragged in the Senate hearings in Texas that they substantiate abuse complaints in nursing homes only 6% of the time, as if failing to come to the aide of abuse elderly and incapacitated people is something to be proud of. They are probably getting kick backs from Silverado, but that hasn’t been affirmatively tied yet. Insiders say the staffing is sometimes illegal in using people on light due to meet the minimum when people in wheelchairs must be lifted.

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