My father-in-law says the people at Marlora treated him like an "animal". I get calls at 1am and 5am in the mornings several times, because the caregiver/nurse can't handle a senior demanding to come home. The case manager, Emelda, threatened to report us to the Adult Protective Service if we don't absolutely get a live-in caregiver for 24/7 on exactly the same day of discharge. She refused to listen that family members can be caregiver too. I feel threatened. The demand is a "must" to hire a 24/7, as if this is an ultimatum. I feel she is taking charge to tell us what to do rather than offer recommendations and providing us an email list of agency services for 24/7 in-home care. She promised to send us the list, but we never got it. She finally reported me to Adult Protective Services on the day of the discharge, because she was unwilling to accept family members as the caregiver. I already told her that we are interviewing a few 24/7 caregiver, but that was an unacceptable answer. A family member of 4 people total stepping in to be a temporary caregiver was also unacceptable to her terms of demanding 24/7. Finally, I spoke with Josey the next day after discharge who is more understanding and has more empathy about the situation. Offering a helping hand is what I need from a case manager, not demands and threats when family members are already doing their very best for loved ones. I feel threatened. I feel if I don't do it her way, I will get reported to the Adult Protective Service. It is documented on the discharge paper that she reported me to the Adult Protective Service. It's an insult. It sounds like it's okay if my father-in-law screams every day at Marlora, but it's not okay for family members to step in to be a caregiver at home? Who decides what's best for a loved one? Does the decision land on a family member who cares? Or is Marlora deciding for us and demanding that we need to hire an expensive 24/7 caregiver at home? Also, the evening before the discharge date, my father-in-law said he had bedsores. Not sure why he said that. At Marola, he needed to see a psychiatrist to prescribe him "calm down" medicine every day. After his discharge, he was calm and happy to be home, and his mental stage recovered right away within one day. So something about staying at Marlora made him a mad man every day, which I don't understand.