‘I would see him sitting in urine with no shoes on’
A Sydney nursing home found to have failed 24 counts of care standards has been allowed to continue operating.
Carino Care in the Sydney suburb of Russell Lea failed to manage residents’ medication, and has had people in its care die in pain and distress, as well as from malnourishment.
However, the new government watchdog has ruled the facility can stay open until November.
The family of former resident Luigi Cantali is outraged by the decision, saying the facility’s neglect “definitely” played a part in the 80-year-old’s death.
Speaking to Today, Cantali’s daughter Eva Rinaldi said she witnessed the mistreatment of her father when visiting him at the facility.
“I would rock up late at night, about 10pm, and I would see him sitting in urine with no shoes on, on the…
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