The latter are basking in schadenfreude and most of all, relief.
Currently, there are no federal laws either prohibiting or specifically authorizing their use in residents' rooms, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has not issued a specific policy on the topic.
For instance, on a first date, people tend to present their outer images only, talking about hobbies.
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As long as your mom or dad is not living with some form of dementia, unable to communicate or facing some other challenge that impedes his or her ability to participate competently in the decision, the choice to install a nanny camera should be something that they want too.
I know there are state-specific laws, but what can we do generally to keep “granny cams” out of our facility?