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The employee apologized and immediately removed the photo.

She said she was not aware that a person could not do such a thing without the resident's consent.

Date: December 2012 Facility: Dunmore Health Care Center City: Dunmore State: PA Type of facility: Nursing home How it became public: Government inspection report Social media site: Instagram Description: The name and picture of a resident with Alzheimer's disease were posted on a nursing assistant's Instagram page.

The resident "was incapable of granting permission for this social media post and did not give such permission," according to a government inspection report. Date: Around December 2012 Facility: Saint Albans Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center City: Saint Albans State: VT Type of facility: Nursing home How it became public: Government inspection report Social media site: not specified Description: A video of a resident identified as having dementia was posted on an employee's social media website without the permission of the resident or family.

The employees admitted taking photos and sharing them with one another and with friends.

Both pleaded no contest to misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and invasion of privacy through use of a surveillance device.

"Most of the people who work in nursing homes are really wonderful people and it’s a shame that this is what people talk about. Date: November 2012 Facility: Brookview Meadows City: Green Bay State: WI Type of facility: Assisted living How it became public: News story, criminal charges Social media site: Snapchat Description: Two workers took photos and videos of nude or partially nude elderly residents and shared them on Snapchat.

One picture showed a resident vomiting; another video showed a resident being assisted with an obstructed bowel, according to a criminal complaint.

The resident involved was not harmed but certainly it was a serious incident." Date: April 2013 Facility: Autumn Care of Norfolk City: Norfolk State: VA Type of facility: Nursing home How it became public: Government inspection report Social media site: not specified Description: A newly hired nursing assistant posted a picture of a resident with Down's Syndrome on a social media network without consent.

The employee admitted to posting the photo and said she would take it down.

The staff member admitted taking the photo, was suspended and ultimately fired.

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