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I think my at-home nurse is stealing from me, what can I do?

Many of us can relate to the above dialogue when things go missing, whether it is the pair of glasses you've searched for that are resting on your head, or the cell phone you are frantically scrambling for while asking your friend into the cell, "I can't seem to find it anywhere!" Unfortunately, sometimes things aren't that easy to find and may not be misplaced, but taken. A home health nurse is a registered nurse who visits patients in their home. Often, their help is much needed and appreciated. However, inviting anyone into your home leaves vulnerability, especially in the cases where the person invited is a professional and assumed to be trustworthy. 

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