Ccib Lpa C. Perryman-French Case Summary

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CCIB LPA C. Perryman-French received a call from Jennah. Jennah stated that Tina Hanas (DOB 03/12/1937) was in this facility 7 months ago when Pace Chula Vista moved her to a SNF due to the facilities failing to meet her needs (Jennah noted that she was informed by Pace that the facility was neglecting her and the result was that she needed a higher level of care, she will research the specifics and provide them to the investigating LPA). Jennah was calling CCL because the facility refuses to release Tina's personal property claiming there is money owed to them. Jennah stated that the Conservator denies that any money is owed. The facility refuses to allow anyone to get the property: Television, clothes, personal items including a very important

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