Improvements for Missouri veterans homes urged

February 14, 2018
Cheryl Casey /

A new report has suggested veterans homes in Missouri should encourage staff to report problems related to resident care, according to an article on the News Press Now website.

An investigation was launched last year after problems came to light at the home in St. Louis.

Of the six homes in the survey, the home in Cameron was the only one with more negative than positive survey comments.

Three categories sparked the most concern at the Cameron home: fear of retaliation, dining room safety and infection control. The report stated staff feared retaliation if they spoke to the survey team.

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