Nursing homes have been transformed into sex trafficking hubs for some time.
The problem with nursing homes is that they are often not safe places for the elderly and vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
This article explores how nursing homes have become sexual slave camps and what can be done to stop them.
This is an excerpt from a longer article on nursing homes: The nursing home industry is booming, with thousands of nursing homes in the United States operating across all 50 states.
Yet, even as the industry has exploded in popularity, there are disturbing statistics that highlight the rampant sexual exploitation of nursing home residents by facilities such as nursing homes.
The American Nursing Association estimates that in 2017 alone, more than half of all Americans who were enrolled in nursing homes were victims of sexual exploitation, according to a study conducted by the Center for Social Justice, a nonprofit that investigates the effects of sexual violence on communities of color.
According to the Center, more women than men in the U.S. are sexually assaulted in their homes, with a disproportionately high number of victims being female.
In 2016, there were nearly 9,000 reports of sexual assault in nursing home facilities in the state of Texas.
And while there is no evidence to suggest that nursing homes are responsible for any of the more than 200 sexual assaults in facilities across the U and around the world, the sexual exploitation they commit against their residents is an everyday reality.
In recent years, the industry’s focus has shifted to combating sexual abuse and neglect in residential settings, and this article focuses on the role that nursing home caretakers have played in the industry, which is often described as a “caregiver-focused, corporate model.”
As the nursing home sector has grown and its population has grown, the demand for services has grown.
While the number of nursing facilities has exploded, many of these facilities are in relatively small towns, where they are also often located close to schools.
In the past few years, this has led to the creation of the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, which promotes a “safe space culture” and “safe, nurturing environment” for nursing homes and the elderly.
The alliance is composed of organizations, including the National Association of Women and Children’s Advocates, the National Nurses Association, and the Association of Retired People.
The Alliance has been advocating for changes to nursing homes’ policies, which often prohibit sex workers from entering facilities.
In 2018, the alliance launched a campaign to increase awareness about sexual assault and abuse, and also launched a national task force to address sexual exploitation in nursing facilities.
In response to the growing demand for nursing home services, the Alliance launched the first national taskforce to address the issue of sexual abuse in nursing.
The taskforce’s work has been supported by the National Institute of Justice, which in September 2018 appointed an expert to serve as its director, who is an attorney who specializes in sexual abuse, trauma, and mental health issues.
This article discusses some of the most pressing issues facing nursing homes today.
To read more about the issues facing the nursing homes industry and the impact of this problem, read “The Nursing Home Industry and Sexual Assault,” and “The Sexual Exploitation of Older Adults: A Review of Research.”