About 9 p.m. on Feb. 15, a 79-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s disease was found naked in her bed at the Eagle Crest nursing home in Carmichael, her gown and brief at the head of her bed. A male resident, 70, who had been observed five months earlier touching the elderly woman’s breast, was in the room, too, pulling up his pants and returning to his wheelchair, according to state licensing documents. The woman would later say that she had been “intimate” with her deceased husband.
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A large Carmichael nursing home that was targeted for years by government regulators for poor quality care has decided to voluntarily close after state inspectors determined that a female resident was sexually abused multiple times by another resident at the facility. For 37 months, the Eagle Crest nursing home, formerly known as Carmichael Care & Rehabilitation Center, was on the federal government’s consumer-beware list of troubled facilities.
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Selecting a term
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