A nursing home with a history of abuse of residents and safety violations is scheduled to close in August.

The Berkshire Eagle reports that the owners of Sweet Brook Nursing and Rehabilitation Center are forced to close the facility on Aug.

18th since they were unable to find a buyer, A condition of an agreement with federal regulators, according to Rep. John Barrett III. He says that they will look to place the homes 65 residents in other nursing homes within the county.

Despite knowledge by staff. Since 2017 the report documented emotional and financial abuse, as well as long-term sexual abuse between patients with dementia that went unchecked, the DPH had received over 100 complaints alleging serious abuse.