Salli Pung, State Long Term Care Ombudsman, in Bridge article: "What do you want? she asked her hubby in MI nursing home. 'You," he said."

Mon, 08/10/2020

“We've heard some residents say the staff don't even have time to talk to them. They're isolated in their rooms all alone, and many of them have said ‘It feels like I'm in prison’ and ‘What did I do [wrong]?’” said Salli Pung, who heads the ombudsman program, a federally and state-funded network of about two-dozen advocates in Michigan for the state’s some 32,000 residents of licensed long-term care facilities. Read article here.