The care worker doesn’t know that she’s being filmed as she presses a feces-soiled cloth in the old woman’s face
After a lifetime of working hard and (for some of us) raising families, we all hope to be able to enjoy our free time during the euphemistically-termed "golden years. " But for many people, old age simply means facing new and more difficult challenges, and without all of the mental and physical resources they had when they were younger. That's why — as we require more help to take care of ourselves are less able to live independently — it's important that care homes meet the expectations that we would want for either our aging parents or for ourselves. Camille Parent of Peterborough, Ontario thought he had found just such a facility to look after his mother Helen, who was suffering from Alzheimer's.