There are many reasons why Kentucky children may require the care of someone other than their biological parents: death, incarceration, hospitalization, drug use, etc. Sometimes Social Services take custody of these children. As a result, they go into the state system, which often involves placing them with foster parents previously unknown to them. In other situations, a relative or family friend may assume care of these children, whether on a permanent or temporary basis.
For many companies in Kentucky, their top priority when managing injured workers is getting them back to their job as quickly as possible to minimize the impact their injury has on job performance. For injured workers, this is a similar goal as they often wish to begin collecting their pay again as quickly as they can. However, medical clearance is usually required by both the employer and the workers' medical provider before they are allowed to resume their tasks.
Nursing home abuse is a very serious matter. While you expect your loved one to be provided quality care by staff, this is not always the case. WebMD explains the common signs of nursing home abuse and how you can get help for your loved one when it occurs.