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My husband had a TBI (November 2015). He has been at an AFH

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My husband had a TBI (November 2015). He has been at an AFH for approximately 3.5 months, but wants to come home. In his own words, he "experiences isolation sickness & feels like he's living in solitary confinement." The caregivers, at the AFH, leave him in bed all day, with the blinds closed, & his only source of stimulation is the TV in his room. They deprive him of the socialization activities stated in the written/signed legal contract. Furthermore, the AFH refuses to follow the state guidelines justifying his $225 daily rate of care (he is not on a ventilator, he does not have a trach, & he does not require a feeding tube). I have been advised that hiring an attorney is necessary for him to come home. I would like to get this process started, as soon as possible, as my husband has regressed since being at the AFH, but I KNOW that he will improve rapidly at home surrounded by our pets, & his amazing support system of friends, family, & myself. Please contact me, Erika ********** ************, at your earliest convenience. Thank you so very much!!!

Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 2 months ago.
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