- Report: #667257
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Complaint Review: The Continuum of Reno
The Continuum of Reno3700 Grant Drive #A Reno, Nevada United States of America
The Continuum of Reno Diane Ross Insider Dealings of The Reno Contnuum and the NV Division of Aging Reno, Nevada
*Consumer Comment: A Blighted Ghost-town and State
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I hope that there is an investigation into the Continuum of Reno and its dealings with the State of Nevada Division of Aging services. The public needs to know that this place signs off on responsibility for watching its seniors with Alzheimers that wander, as well as have a state grant to control the website for caregiver information; handle the 800 number, and make every opportunity to refer care business to themselves. The State, as well as the Alzheimers Association knows that they have expelled seniors who enter the low paying state-paid progra, known in NV as CHIPS. The Alzheimers Association and the State of Nevada will tell you that they give out a "list" of providers who provide quality care service, but in reality, the Continuum continues to dominate the system. They can provide some decent service, but for the greater part, the northern Nevada area served by them is in the grasp of a monopoly that may include graft to people in high positions in the Division of Aging Services. It is criminal what has been going on, and I have been a caregiver in the area for nine years.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/01/2010 08:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Continuum-of-Reno/Reno-Nevada-8959/The-Continuum-of-Reno-Diane-Ross-Insider-Dealings-of-The-Reno-Contnuum-and-the-NV-Division-667257. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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