Rosewood Care Center does not live up to the standards of a decent assisted living facility nor does it follow the rules of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA). It is understaffed which causes the quality of care for the residents to be very poor. Though the view of the facility seems very homey and as though it is a content place for the residents when you first walk in, the units lack the same feeling. The odors are poorly maintained because the bed sheets are not changed daily. The garbages are also forgotten about and any health care worker knows that if there are soiled items in the garbage, the garbage must be emptied before leaving the residents room. Not to mention, because of the fact that there are not enough staff members, residents must wait a long time to be assisted in the bathroom, causing them to soil themselves and add to the odor. I also noticed that the CNA's failed to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) when they were working around patients with MRSA. There was even a sign outside the door stating that PPE must be worn at all times. When I confronted one of the CNA's about it, they responded with, Oh it's alright, I wash my hands afterwards. Not to mention, whent the resident with MRSA was taken to physical therapy, the nurse failed to put a bandaid on her open sore when I asked her to. The nurse also failed to wear gloves when handing one of the residents her medications. Obviously, this facility fails to follow the proper procedure's to keep the facility sanitary as well as to prevent themselves and the residents from exposure to harmful pathogens.