Two residents at In Touch may have died of starvation

Two residents of the In Touch Retirement Home may have died from neglect and starvation according to a front-page article in the Toronto Star.

Two elderly residents died after suffering severe malnutrition and weight loss at a Toronto retirement home, their families and friends charge….

Family and friends of Farrell and Henderson told the Star both died because the food was cheap and no one in the home helped with their struggle to eat.

The In Touch Retirement Home is at the corner of King and Rosemount in the old Tyrrell House. It was recently investigated by an undercover reporter from the Star, who found deplorable, filthy conditions. Another resident, Christos Atahasiou, died of pneumonia on October 31.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.