As some of you are aware, the Memory Care Unit administrator discharged my LO (Christmas Eve) to the hospital ER for psychological evaluation, claiming he was having behavior issues. (My husband was never informed of any issues prior) He was evaluated 4 times by 3 different phychriatrists and we were told "he looked like he was worth a million bucks and was not having any out of the ordinary behavior". However, the administrator still refused to accept him back at the facility.
My husband and I had just had LO transferred to this MC unit so he could be closer to home. He was only there for less than 2 months. Had not had any issues for almost a year. Yes, in the past we went through the same thing BUT after an investigation, it was learned that the staff had not been giving him his meds and were being very disrespectful to him.
During this time, my husband and I have learned that the actions of the administrator obviously triggered these behaviors. She was trying to taper some of his meds and the way she approached him was definitely not appropriate for someone who had dementia or etc. Her approach method was commanding, bossy.
In the meantime, all of this has affected LO. I think these administrators shall be held responsible for their actions. It was nothing my LO did wrong. Or let me change my words … if he did, she surely triggered it. The case manager at the hospital thinks so to.
What do you think. What would you do?