The recent death of an 87-year-old woman at an independent living facility in California, as a nurse following company policy refused to administer CPR, has stunned advocates and people in the business of elder care alike.
Now they are warning seniors to read the fine print before moving into such accommodations and wondering what else should be done to ensure medical assistance where they say most people would expect it.
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