Terrence Saddleback, targeted women, had mental health issues.
Declared by the courts not fit to stand trial. He weighs about 250 lbs. had attacked a woman before, in a LTC facility.
Caregivers in Camrose should have been warned. The man needed a better placement than LTC. He needed a lockdown facility, yet people are so frightened of trampling on care recipient's rights.
A PSW registry needs to go both ways. We are so concerned with Elder Abuse, that staff in LTC go unprotected.
Report warned of patient's violent behaviour Man was charged with killing caregiver 18 months after risk assessment
By Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal
June 29, 2011
Olmstead filed his report Aug. 25, 2009, 18 months before a colleague found Canadian Mental Health Association worker Valerie Wolski dead in
Saddleback's Camrose home on Feb. 13, 2011. Wolski, 41, had been
A risk assessment completed more than a year before Saddleback allegedly strangled his caregiver to death says the 26-year-old was “unpredictable” and that staff should have access to a “locked panic room” where they can take refuge when he became violent.
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A 2008 report warned that a mentally disabled Alberta man, later accused of killing his mental health worker, posed a threat to anyone who cared for him.