From FB: Many prescription and non prescription drugs linked to dementia

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Common Prescriptions Linked to Increased Dementia Risk

there are a ton of drugs to avoid, but the real problem I am seeing is:

  1. grandma has money AND greedy children.
  2.  grandma is drugged with psychotropic drugs from an unethical MD
  3.   grandma is kidnapped away from her home and drugged.
  4.   grandma is taken to a psychiatrist and he fills out a form she is incompetent (but in reality she is drugged)
  5.   the form is taken to probate
  6.   one of the greedy relatives is appointed Guardian
  7.   Grandma’s home is sold, she is placed in a series of nursing homes and then narcotized to death when the money runs out.

What safeguards are in place to prevent all of this?

Answer:  absolutely none. Sykes case, Alan Frake case,  Dolores Bedin case, and many, many others.

We wish it wasn’t the case but…

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From FB: New Hamp. is the leader in human rights and civil rights violations. What a goal?

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http://www.peteearley.com/2019/04/09/new-hampshire-puts-mentally-ill-in-prison-because-it-lacks-treatment-beds-disability-group-applauds-decision-to-not-built-new-hospital/?fbclid=IwAR2JpczCIAcV0Fy53y9jdUXfvIiKRYvnj5c7pNClOX3MNjPNEHy2dTZQDlc

Therapy cages at state prison

(4-9-19) New Hampshire’s abhorrent practice of housing its seriously mentally ill citizens, who have not been charged with crimes, inside a state prison rather than treating them in a hospital is again making headlines.

Governor Chris Sununu sought to stop this horrific practice by requesting $26 million in funding to build a 60-bed state hospital that would be opened by June 2021 with its own secure unit.

But Democrats on the state’s finance committee rejected Sununu’s plan, opting instead to spend $5 million to renovate rooms in an existing state hospital for a limited number of higher-need patients.

What makes this dispute newsworthy is it has pitted two groups, both created to help patients, against each other.

Disability Rights Center-NH opposed building a new state hospital. In a statement, it agreed that civilly committed patients should not be housed in a state prison, but…

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