This is a dangerous facility. My mother died there and I had to sleep there to protect her from the neglect and danger. There was only one night nurse for the entire facility. There was only one attendant on duty at night for the rehab section and she would study (understandably) but she checked on my mother very seldom. One morning after I left for a week due to a family emergency at home, my mother was found double diapered. The floors are concrete and I saw three residents fall and two of them died in the 2 and a half months I spent there. The staff is loud when the night shift comes in and the day shift leaves. They shout and bang doors etc. My mother had trouble with sundowning and trying to fall asleep. I reported this to the head nurse and nothing changed. I saw roaches running around, the person charged with cleaning the room stopped cleaning it. It is atrocious there. The social worker did nothing when I told her that my mother wanted therapy. There were no qualified psychological therapists on staff. One person came to talk with her and he did nothing to help her. There was a physician's assistant who was unqualified to care for her who said she could live in assisted living but she had dementia and died very soon thereafter. They made no attempt to give her the care she really needed. She could not operate the button to call for help and when I did, it took 30 minutes for someone to come in at night. The nurse in charge one night would not come in when she was crying and screaming for help for an obstruction in her bowels. The nurse was overwhellmed with too many patients to take care of and she would not do an enema for my mother without permission from the PA who was not available at the time. It was a nightmare and then I lost my mother.