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Studio, 1bd, Private
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My Father in-law with dementia was in care in this facility and recently passed away. Upon clearing out his room I noticed someone had switched out his 3 year old smart television with an 11 year old LCD TV. I doubt anyone in care on his floor would have the strength to lift and carry that old lcd tv and be able to hook it up. The tv that was left with him had no remote control so he spent the last bit of his life without a functioning tv. We reported to the issue to the facility's director of care management and they don't really seem to care at all. [name removed] claimed to have checked tye residents rooms for it but tye culprit was probably not a resident there. The tv that was left with him probably came out of one of thE ROOMS OF A Covis casualty. I don't care about the tv as it probably would have been donated elsewhere anyways but I am disgustined beyond belif to think their staff prey on their compromised residents.
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