Daughter Slams ‘Disgusting’ Christmas Meal Her Mom Was Served At Nursing Home

Apart from unwrapping gifts, the next best thing is Christmas meals. People go the extra length and have even exhausted the recipes in all of the cookbooks to impress their loved ones and families. We all crave delicious meals with large chicken laps, but then this wasn’t the case of a nursing home that served it, residents, a plate of melted grated cheese on top of thin slices of ham, diced tomato, and wilted lettuce.

The daughter of a resident in Bryon Bay facility has been left furious after her mom was served melted grated cheese on top of thin slices of ham, diced tomato, and wilted lettuce as Christmas lunch

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The daughter of a resident in the facility was left furious at the disgraceful meal served to her mom on Christmas day. Since shared on Facebook, the revelation has sparked outrage among the families situated in NSW. ‘Sadly, this is the meal given to aged care residents for Christmas Lunch. My mom couldn’t bear to look at it, let alone eat.’ The woman captioned the now-viral photo and asked what others thought.

‘My mom couldn’t bear to look at it, let alone eat.’ The woman said and asked what others thought

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Numerous thought-provoking studies have discovered that nearly 40% of aged care residents have suffered neglect and emotional/physical abuse. Elder abuse can also include sexual, social, and even financial. Nonetheless, internet Users admits being similarly appalled by the serving and described the meal to be disgraceful.

Nearly 40% of aged care residents have suffered neglect and emotional/physical abuse. Elder abuse can also include sexual, social, and even financial.

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‘Disgusting. The staff wouldn’t eat that garbage, so why serve garbage? A user questioned. Another said: ‘So dull in color. Just looks so unappetizing. Terrible.’ A few users argued that staff should serve a nice-presenting meal for Christmas for how expensive a nursing home can be for aged people. ‘That’s not a Christmas Dinner.’ Someone else said. A fourth opined it could be within the dietary requirements.

Internet users argued that staff should serve a nice-presenting meal for how expensive a nursing home for aged people can be.

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