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CP24 Contact. In one of the videos, a PSW is seen eating cake with a caption that re: "My resident called asking me where her three friends ran off to. The ones at the end of her bed. So now I'm delaying rounds by this slice of cake. Pray for me haha.
The is now private after receiving backlash when the videos were widely shared on other social media platforms.
How can anyone think this is acceptable? It is the duty of personal support workers to support those in their care and to continue to work and uplift this community. The OPSWA will continue to work to achieve the highest standards in front-line care," the statement read.
Long-term care advocate Dr. Vivian Stamatopoulos said the association needs to apologize for the 'inflammatory' posts.
She noted that she first learned about the posts Wednesday evening after being alerted by concerned PSWs. I'd be trying to get a new executive if they're even granted the ability to do that. Stamatopoulos posted the videos on her social media to raise the alarm about the situation.
To not only increasing the stigmatization around dementia and Alzheimer's, but furthermore, this kind of dehumanizing discourse can in itself lead to violence against this population. Even though we feel like we're competent now, we could be that little old person in a bed being made fun of, not having the kindness we deserve," she said.
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TikTok videos by personal support worker 'dehumanizing,' 'ageist,' advocate says