Families of loved ones at a nursing home or receiving Hawaii in home care from a visiting nurse are searching the Internet for hidden cameras to covertly monitor the care given their elderly loved one by entrusted caregivers. Quite often families are astonished by the assortment of cleverly disguised nanny cams and hidden cameras with built-in DVR. Today’s granny cams and hidden nanny cams are designed to look like ordinary household and office products. Such as the Air Purifier Hidden Camera with Built-in DVR.
Only a few months ago we were shocked to learn about an elderly patient with Alzheimer’s disease being mistreated in a nursing home. Her son suspected elderly abuse when he visited his mother and saw red marks on her face. When his complaints were ignored he put a hidden granny cam in the room which later recorded video evidence that confirmed his suspicion.
The story was a wake up call to families with loved ones in a nursing home or receiving Hawaii in home care services. Increasingly older people are choosing to live independent lives and take advantage of Hawaii in home care. But families of these elderly patients are worried about the level of care their loved one receives and have installed hidden surveillance cameras to monitor Hawaii in home care. It’s not being paranoid but realistic about safety concerns, theft and physical abuse caught on camera at so many senior care homes across the nation.
Families of loved ones receiving Hawaii in home care are convinced that nanny cams such as the Wall Clock Hidden Camera DVR help safeguard elderly patients from being victimized by dishonest health care employees and visiting nurse. Hawaii in home care providers now know that video evidence of elderly abuse at an eldercare center or private home will be immediately shown to authorities for further investigation that might reveal other criminal acts.
The information above has helped bring peace of mind to many families that can now covertly monitor the care provided to an elderly loved one.
Crime Is Real, Don’t Be a Victim!