Encore at Boca Raton

CLAIM: ENCORE AT BOCA RATON IGNORED DEHYDRATED, INFECTED SENIOR

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Encore at Boca Raton
Encore at Boca Raton is being sued, again.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Encore at Boca Raton, a nursing and rehabilitation center at 7300 Del Prado Circle South, is being sued after a resident became critically ill as workers allegedly did nothing. It is the latest suit against the facility. Read our previous coverage here.

Sylvia Miller, according to the suit, sustained significant weight loss due to malnutrition, dehydration, untreated urinary tract infections, and painful skin breakdowns due to the incompetence and negligence of workers at the facility. Her daughter, Sylvia Wiggins, is suing on her mother’s behalf.

The suit claims that “Miller was admitted to Encore for care and supervision relating to ongoing medical conditions and cognitive changes. Miller was at risk for preventable injuries including but not limited to skin breakdown, falls, wandering, infection, malnutrition and dehydration. During admission and at all times material, Miller was vulnerable and unable to are for (herself) and was dependent on facility staff for assistance performing (her) activities of daily living.”

Adds the suit, ”Encore at Boca Raton owed a duty to proved the reasonable care, supervision, and assistance that Miller needed while she was residing at the facility.”

Miller is represented by Attorney Dylan Hanson of Senior Justice Law Firm in Boca Raton. Hanson claims that Encore, among other issues, violated Florida statutes regarding care that must be provided by licensed healthcare facilities.

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