When in doubt, put in a camera.
We cannot always observe the same things anytime. That's why we have to utilise tools that will help us record or capture moments even if we're not around. Sometimes, these moments are very important they could help us have a clearer sense of things-- details, explanations, or evidence. Moving forward, we have to work double time especially when things are happening too fast before us. We hate the fact of being deceived or fooled by supposedly-clean-systems-turned-violent-and-anomalous ones. We need to see the light on things, and we have to collate much evidence to keep us sane and updated.
Now, there's one real social situation that's pretty much related to this. There's a guy who's obviously busy doing his work and taking care of his family, and he cannot look after his mom so he decided to take her in a nursing home. Apparently, things seem to appear not so cool, and he discovered something is wrong. So, he resorted to some technological intervention like putting a camera so he'll have a visual orientation. What happens next drove him nuts.
What's that exactly? Look at this story.
For the record, her mom suffers from Alzheimer's disease-- a very treacherous medical complication that enables a person to be too forgetful or lose her memory and consistent thinking patterns.
Although he feels that something scary will happen and his mom would be traumatised.
His mother's forgetfulness defeats her desire to share stories. But one day, Camille notices that his mother has bruises on her head like there's someone who hurt her. Was she battered or abused? Was she involved in a fight but did not remember? Because of this, Camille decided to install a 'nanny camera' that will capture moments in her room.
What the hell? The caretaker is wiping the shit out of the mother's ass. Well, that's a normal thing, but it's not what we see.
Is that a legal and ethical thing to do?
Brother, what if that contains a communicable disease or something? That nurse should know that this is not a proper health practice; otherwise, that guy is crazy.
Hey, that's a health facility. Why would these nurses make a very scandalous gesture? That's a big disrespect to the mother.
Kleptomaniacs are on the loose, too. That's frustrating!
That 'professional' was exerting too much pressure on the mother. It's unjust to be not gentle when handling such situation.
Share the heart-wrenching story with your near and dear ones.