I would…over a year ago now, and I’m still not sure where to start or what happened. After a 1 week at Emory Johns Creek, it was suggested Mom go to an inpatient rehab to help her adjust to aging, and doing day to day activities. She had been having issues with falling, memory loss and aphasia (trouble finding the right words to communicate), yet she was aware and frustrated this was happening. We chose Manor Care because of its great reviews at the time and its location was perfect for my sister and I to get to for visits and in case of an emergency-which we were sure wasn’t going to be an issue. After 3 days in there, and a room move Mom was seeming more discouraged and “out of it”. With no other health issues other than what she had prior to her release from Emory, we though she was just feeling blah for being there, and missing her family & friends -socializing. My sister and I came for a visit, after a very disturbing phone call from our Mother, she was totally confused, auditory hallucinations, now I question if they were truly hallucinations, but I digress. We show up, Mom can no longer get out of her bed on her own and into a wheelchair, speak, even lift her arm! To keep a long story short, only after our visit, is it even suggested that a Doctor evaluate her and she be admitted to a hospital! Had no one noticed this declie?!!!! My sister and I drive to Northside immediately as we are told they’ve called an ambulance for Mom to be transported, after at least two hour, I’m being gracious with the time frame, she arrives. A raging Uti, which manor care said they had been checking and she was clear…anyway about 6 hours in the Er, 1.5 days in a regular room, she was intubated, the staff at Northside was great btw, she was sedated and moved to ICU. Klebsiella pneumonia now ontop of the Uti and septic. I don’t need to go into further details, as I am sure you can guess the outcome by my review, and their lack of follow up or treatment when we went to collect Mom’s things, was certainly less than compassionate. I hope they improve their care and attention to patients, and I hope to make more people aware of their parents, family, & friends mental health as they age, it is not always dementia or Alzheimer’s, if you notice a change there may be a more severe life threatening condition that needs attention!