I would have given Sienna Extended Care & Rehab a zero rating but it was not provided as an option. We chose to place my mother in this facility due to it's location and on first glance it looked like a nice facility. While looking at several places for my mom I visited Sienna Care. I pushed the button on the outside wall and walked in. I walked around this entire facility without one person greeting me or asking if I needed help. When leaving the building the code to get out the door is on the key pad so I just exited and left the facility. My mother received very poor care while there. While visiting with her one day she told me she had not been getting a medication that she had been on for years. She takes this medication 3 times a day. I asked the LPN on duty for a print out of my mom's medication schedule and was provided with it. The medication was not marked as being given to her along with her blood pressure medication that she had been taking for years. My mother had not received these medications since she arrived at Sienna Extended Care & Rehab from the hospital. This was brought to the attention of the staff who stated that she had been getting them, that what I had received was just a quick printout. Immediately following this incident my mother began to receive the medications she had not been receiving. On one occasion my aunt went to visit my mother and she heard the CNA through the door tell my mother that she "would leave her sitting in that wheelchair for a good long time." For several days I told the LPN and Wound Care Nurse that my mom had a rash on her feet and legs that appeared to be a fungal infection and needed treated. She also had a pressure wound to her heel that needed the dead skin removed. I finally purchased anti-fungal cream and powder to treat my mother myself. Finally, I was told by the Wound Care Nurse that my mother had a fungal infection and the doctor ordered medication for it and that he had taken care of the wound on her heel. During a Care Meeting with the Caseworker Lee, my sister, my aunt and I attended, we were told that once our mother was released from skilled nursing that she would be allowed to stay at Sienna. Even if she didn't participate in rehab. According to them, "there are ways around that." On Monday, October 24th, we were advised that our mom would be discharged from Skilled Nursing and we had to find some other place for her to go. The excuse was that "they are trying to get more patients that are better able to take care of themselves." While visiting our mother after be told we had to find another place for her, we were chased down the hall by the Caseworker Lee trying to get us to sign discharge papers. Please do not put a loved one in this facility.