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In addition, any resident being monitored should have the right to place limits on when and where the monitoring takes place and to have the device turned off for privacy reasons.And facilities should be prohibited from retaliating against residents who use hidden cameras, according to the work group’s final report.“It gets the attention of the powers that be, and allows the family member to feel some sense of empowerment,” she said.Yet Scheller and other advocates fear the new recommendations may be used to create rules and restrictions that impede their use.Last year, a woman who spotted cuts and bruising on her father installed hidden cameras at a large nursing home, St. The footage showed two caregivers repeatedly punching her father in the face and stomach.
It can be mounted to a food truck, for instance, or a garage that's far from your home Wi-Fi router.
“This is a huge issue and it should not be viewed lightly,” said Jean Peters, a member of the work group and an outspoken proponent of hidden cameras since her family used one to detect abuse of their mother.
“The [senior care] industry doesn’t want cameras because they’re afraid of getting sued, and because they can’t possibly provide what they promise.” Currently, Minnesota law is silent on the use of electronic surveillance in senior care facilities.
The Nubo will initially launch in the UK and Netherlands this November, with preorders starting in April.
Panasonic says it will launch the camera in the US and elsewhere in 2015.And a year ago, an aide at a Hopkins senior home was arrested and charged with two counts of assault after videos from a hidden camera showed her repeatedly hitting an elderly patient in the head.