The Northwest Children’s Home at Lewiston has had its issues with the state inspection process. Last year, a state surveyor alleged that a lack of appropriate supervision and inadequate staffing created unsafe conditions for residents. The home’s CEO, Brian Pope, said the allegations “lacked merit” and accused the state surveyor of pursuing a “vendetta” against the facility.
The Northwest Children’s Home at Lewiston has had its issues with the state inspection process. Last year, a state surveyor alleged that a lack of appropriate supervision and inadequate staffing created unsafe conditions for residents. The home’s CEO, Brian Pope, said the allegations “lacked merit” and accused the state surveyor of pursuing a “vendetta” against the facility. Barry Kough Lewiston Tribune
The Northwest Children’s Home at Lewiston has had its issues with the state inspection process. Last year, a state surveyor alleged that a lack of appropriate supervision and inadequate staffing created unsafe conditions for residents. The home’s CEO, Brian Pope, said the allegations “lacked merit” and accused the state surveyor of pursuing a “vendetta” against the facility. Barry Kough Lewiston Tribune

Is that assisted-living home really in bad shape? Lawmakers scrutinize state inspections

September 30, 2017 11:00 PM