In legal terms (and medical) it's known as Elder Abuse and in Oregon it is punishable severely. Sounds like there is no such oversight otherwise the granddaughter, who is a nurse, would be required to mandatorily report, and the lawsuits or fiduciary issues would be irrelevant.
Tragic indeed that we, as a society, hold elders in such little esteem.
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