My father was in this facility for 2 months. It was awful. I would have to wash him up, help him brush his teeth, wash his face. There were days that he wasn’t even offered his toothbrush to brush his teeth. They didn’t like giving him a fully fledged shower, they always wanted to give him a “bed bath” until I started insisting that he be bathed in the shower. Most of the time, I was changing his bed linens because if I didn’t, he would be sleeping on days old linens. He would push the call button and it would take forever for them to come to him. His medications were changed without notifying me. At one point, he had a catheter in and it was leaking. He was sitting in his wheel chair and there was a puddle under the chair. I immediately went down to the nursing station to alert them and the very first response from the charge nurse behind the desk was: “did you push the call button?” I couldn’t believe it. So, I went back to his room and pushed the call button. A while later a CNA came in and though she wasn’t assigned to take care of him, she did put a pile of wash cloths on the puddle to help to soak it up. When his regularly assigned CNA came in, I pointed the problem out to her. She said, “Oh, well, I guess I’d better call maintenance.” She then took my dad for his shower (after I insisted he be bathed in the shower) and I waited for maintenance to come to clean up the mess on the floor. They never did……I ended up cleaning it up, on my hands & knees myself. OSHA, where are you when we need you??? After I finished, I was sitting in his room waiting for him to come back from his shower. The charge nurse that was on duty happened to walk by and stopped and asked me if I was ok. I proceeded to tell her about all of this and her response to me was: “well, you know you can have home health care at home and he can be taken care of that way.” Among other things, the food was terrible.