When my uncle had to go to a skilled nursing facility, I put him to Medilodge of Frankenmuth. It just changed hands in July, and it used to be Tender Care. The rooms are not as nice as the other place he was in. You have to provide the TV, but they have Dish, and it is provided in the cost. When he was first admitted in there, I had power of attorney, but they declared my uncle competent to make his own decisions. My uncle was put there because he needed skilled nursing care to include antibiotics, bladder screening, and straight cath, but they weren't doing any of that. Even with my guardianship, they still were not going to do anything, so I contacted the case manager at Covenant Hospital and told them what was going on. Overnight, they got a bladder scanner, and the staff then became a lot friendlier and concerned about my concerns. Now, they're bladder scanning him every six hours, and they're checking him every two hours. Before, they weren't, and it seems like he is now being able to empty his bladder on his own. I call everyday at 3:00, and they update me as to how his appetite is, whether he is emptying his bladder, or whether he is being cooperative. They're just very helpful. They have a calendar of events. They have memory games that they play with the residents, and they have bingo. One thing I do like about this facility compared to the other two that he had been in is that they will make arrangements for transportation. He is in a wheelchair, so they have contracted with certain companies to come and pick him up for his appointments and take him. This place is very good about having somebody come and pick him up with a wheelchair lift, and they even took him to a VA appointment. I'm really pleased with it. He is in a double room, but there's nobody in there with him. He shares a bathroom with the room next to him. They should just treat family members with compassion whether or not they have guardianship. They shouldn't be rude to them.