Vulnerable -- Part 2 

Has anything really changed in Humboldt’s nursing homes?

Second of two parts Drifting languidly through the halls at Seaview Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, the poles are as brightly colored and as aimless as reef fish. They waft forward, idle, then reverse. The poles are paint-roller extension handles, the kind used…

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