Broken Trust - When cries for help are not heard
Title: Broken Trust - When cries for help are not heard
Paperback: 45 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (December 10, 2013) Revised 2020
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
Customer Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars. 3 customer ratings
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Length: 39 pages
Word Wise: Enabled
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled
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Description - 2020 Edition
This book can save your life, or the life of someone you love. It is based on a true story when a senior is denied medical care after a stroke. The events in the book can happen with any medical emergency - not just a stroke.
The Book is updated in 2020 to provide shocking information how seniors and others in the "at-risk" group, age 65 and older, can become helpless victims in the “new normal” environment of the worldwide pandemic.
A plan has been in place for many years to deny proper medical care to someone in the "at-risk" group. Are you 65 years of age or older or with frail health? Are you afraid to end your life in a nursing home or in a hospital all alone? Learn how to protect yourself and why you cannot trust the health care system to help you. It's about Broken Trust. Valuable information on your rights and how you must fight to preserve them is provided in this book.
ACT FAST, SAVE LIVES
An Illustrated Stroke Survival Guide
An easy to read and understand illustrated booklet that will help you, or someone you love, survive a stroke and other medical emergencies.
It is based on a true story. It can happen to anyone unable to help themselves in a medical emergency. You cannot count on the health care system to help you.
About the author
Mary Karol, JD, LL.M. (Tax) has over 40 years experience as a lawyer and former graduate law school professor. She is active with the ABA Elder Abuse Committee. Mary writes and speaks to educate people who are aging or in the "at-risk" group on the denial of proper medical care for seniors. The Survive a Stroke Foundation contributed to the research in this book and provides education on surviving strokes and other medical emergencies.
Strokes are the #4 cause of death and the
#1 cause of disability in the United States
Today you may be happy, enjoying life, feeling good and having a great day. But, imagine tomorrow waking up and not be able to swallow or talk. No warning. You cannot ask for help. You cannot tell anyone that something is wrong. Your cries for help will not be heard. No one can hear you. You may even have medical personnel around you who do nothing or who actually incorrectly diagnose you and make you worse. You cannot tell them what is wrong. Precious time starts slipping by.
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