My mother in law spent 14 years here. She called it home. At first she was in a unit due to her blindness. Was wonderful for her. We felt she was safe and happy. After years she went to a dementia unit. The dementia unit has issues. First not enough staff for this kind of care. High turnover in this unit. It is a difficult unit and I am sure stressful to work. My mother in law had just celebrated her 99th birthday. We got a call telling us she Wiggled out of her wheelchair, nothing major, was okay, just two little bruises the size of bug bites. Next thing we know she is in the hospital with bruises behind her ear, on her forehead, shoulder, arm, hand, leg and has a broken hip. 5 days later she passed away. When we went back to them asking for answers, three people on her unit didn't know what had happen as they just got back from vacation. Then we spoke with Marilyn and she also just got back from vacation. Is this how this happen, everyone in the place was on vacation or is this the running statement instead of we can't talk to you. Finally asst. to nursing spoke with us. A young woman who shouldn't be in this position as she acts like she is a valley girl with her mannerisms and speaking. We were told she was in the recreation room off to the side and the CNA had back to her, the rec person was on other side of room and they heard a thud and she was on the ground. Here are the million dollar questions, why weren't any alarms attached, or trays on the front of the wheel chair. Please be careful if your family member goes to this unit, they are understaffed and uneducated to safety procedures or know them just chose not to use them. When we went to pick up my mother in laws items, funny how alarms were suddenly attached and going off. Everyone was together being watched. Just be careful and done believe everything you are told.