I hired Gulf Coast Village Care Center for my mother. I am not happy nor thrilled with them. It's been a learning experience for me. I wasn't pleased with it. The nursing care there was very sparse and did not have that many nurses watching over the patients. There was one nurse that was very intimidating. He was a big man, and he scared her. She has dementia with sundowners, and it just seemed that he triggered the sundowners a lot. The nursing care was a little abrupt but they would take her out of her bed, put her in a wheelchair, and put her next to the nurse's station, and I found her just sitting there looking at the wall many times. There was no one looking at her, so I wasn't pleased with that at all. The rehab itself wasn't very successful. They didn't really do much with her. Eventually, they moved her to what they call the Cove which is a bigger room with a nurse's station at one end and a TV, and they do her nails once in a while, but most of the time, all the people, not just my mom, had no interaction at all. The general attitude of the staff was just awful and sometimes intimidating to me, and I wasn’t even staying there. They would just take notes, and say, "No, I can't do thi,s" or "This is not my part," or, "You have to go over here," or, "You have to go there," and I was sent around in so many directions for different things. I don't know if they're stretched too thin or some of them are just not nice. They just need to be a little more caring and interacting with the patients.