SavaSeniorCare LLC, the owner and operator of Cheyenne Healthcare Center recently week settled a 2018 lawsuit against the national for-profit chain for neglect and negligent services provided to a resident that led to his significant injuries.  Daryl Farrington filed the lawsuit in February 2018, claiming he suffered multiple injuries during a three-month stretch in 2015 due to an inadequate level of care and planning by the staff. Cheyenne Healthcare Center is run by SavaSeniorCare LLC, which operates about 200 facilities across 20 states and is one of the largest assisted-living providers in the country.

According to the lawsuit, Farrington suffered multiple falls that resulted from a lack of trained staff, and the facility not developing a comprehensive care plan that met his medical and physical needs. The lawsuit also claimed the facility failed multiple times to notify Farrington’s family of his falls that resulted in injuries and other medical issues that developed during his stay.  The facility was not properly staffed according to many witnesses.

The staff at Cheyenne Healthcare Center even had Farrington allegedly mark his own psychiatric medication consent forms with an “X,” despite him not being competent to make those decisions.  SavaSeniorCare’s defense was to blame the resident.

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