“Nasty food,” he said. “Some of the [certified nursing assistants] were rough … When they change you, they turn you hard and everything.”
Like Martinez, the Shulers didn't think they could get nursing care from the state in their home.
“We were told there was a government cutback on nursing care where we wouldn't get it full time,” grandmother Gheri Shuler said. “So it wasn't an option.”