My father-in-law was placed in a nursing and rehab facility after his hip replacement. The plan was to rehab him enough after surgery so that he could go home and be able to take care of himself safely. He received daily physical therapy along with assistance with his activities of daily living. He was there a little longer than estimated but had done well. He was able to walk over a hundred feet without his wheel-chair and was taught how to do his exercises independently after he was discharged. His room was always kept neat and he was given several meals and snacks to assist in his weight gain. They never lost any of his laundry and tried to assist with apartment placement upon his discharge. The family had to struggle to find an apartment to accommodate his handicap. I feel the facility could have done a better job in placing him somewhere that met his needs. He ended up moving in with his ex-wife in turn moved out and has been staying with family. I do not agree that the facility allowed him to venture out off property with people due to this aiding in his drinking habit. I feel they should have had more strict rules since he was only there for a short time. It was not safe for him to be allowed to go off property in his condition.