My dad is in a motel room with a family member who cannot take care of herself. I was told if my dad ever decided he was going to discharge himself he had a right to do this. My sister is power of attorney, we were told we were going to be notified ASAP and his sister was not to take him, in the end armed with a doctor's discharge note, several nurses and a social worker he left. He had a stroke a year ago, cannot eat without assistance, has bedsores and was nearly going to have his leg amputated. I told the nursing home time and again I thought my dad was having memory issues and they said no he did not. According to the doctor's diagnosis he was able to make his own choices. My dad thinks he can get into a damaged car, drive himself to New Mexico and he will be safe. He cannot sit up very long, he told me the facility did not feed him, left him in his own urine and feces and did not check on him when his blood sugars dropped. They told me he was not making sense. What point is a patient going to have good choices on his own care, and then when he complains tell me he can't make good decisions He was in a hospital for pressures sores and a resident doctor at the VA told me that under their observations he was not able to make decisions on his health, he had moments of clarity but his mental status would deteriorate. I cannot find him, he was a homeless veteran. I am not getting any help from his sister who told me she does not know where he is at. I have filed a complaint with the State of California and I am only writing this review to please be aware of what you do. The place is crowded, there are three beds in a room, things go missing, my dad had questionable people come to see him before I was notified, transients and one was convicted child molester, whom my dad didnt know,. They told me they were not going to stop him, because he could bring anyone he wanted to into the facility. My dad is in a motel room, and I don't know where he is. Yes, I will say there are people who are in this facility who do their work, some who truly care, who call me when my dad's health is bad, or when he refuses care, or food.. My sister had power of attorney, and we were told we could not see any bills which were being paid, they told me he told them no. Upon discharge, my sister found out that they didn't pay for a storage unit, and now his storage unit is going to be placed for auction. The facility discharged him, saying he was going to New Mexico, when I called him, he said he didn't know where he was staying. He said there was no facility in New Mexico he was going to. All I got from the ADN was there is nothing I can do, he is actively leaving. I am sorry I have the doctor's orders.