I am living at New Albany in assisted living to get my husband's VA benefits. There aren't any activities. They clean the room, and I go down for the meal, but I do most everything else myself. My husband's deceased, and I can't live on my own, I know that, but there's got to be other places for assisted living that's not as bad as this. It's just got worse as time went by. There's nothing to do here that stimulates my mind, but I am forced to stay in assisted living to get my benefits. They also have an Alzheimer's/dementia unit, and when I came here, there were other people that could play card games. Right across me, there's a woman that has dementia who can't play anything. When I first moved, we had at least 15-20 people we could do things with. At this point, I don't even think we have four people to play cards with out of 36 rooms. I help the person next door to me by bringing her down to get meals because she forgets how to get down there. The qualifications are that you should be able to function by yourself, go down to meals, get dressed, and do activities. I want to leave. Management is non-existent, but there's a new administrator. We had a bus that we could take to go to restaurants, shopping, and doctors' appointments, but all of a sudden, the bus no longer runs. We keep asking if we're getting a new one; it's been six months. We're supposed to have an award-winning chef, but we don't. The food is served cold, you can barely cut through some of the meat, and they run out of food and desserts. I don't know how they get away with that. They have a monthly meeting where you explain all this and they take notes, but nothing gets done. It's a poorly run business. The aides are asked to do too much, and they don't stay. I have been trying to see my doctor because my throat and mouth are burning, and I have told the nurses who supposedly let the doctor know. Then they started me on cod liver oil that's so thick, that when you swallow it, I throw up from it. Last Monday, I went to urgent care. I'm paying for it but not getting the care.