- Inadequate protein in her lunch.
- Running out of her anti-psychotic without taking action to secure more.
- Giving her half of the insulin she should have had at supper, resulting in blood sugars in the 200's the next day.
- It's smaller.
- There is less staff turnover.
- It has a much better location.
- The staff is more competent and more caring.
Part of the challenge is that on paper, she doesn't qualify for the level of care she needs. She can do many things independently. She requires constant supervision, though, due to the diabetes and food issues.
The mistakes and problems are taking a toll on me. I'm still trying to figure out what to do about it all. I'm trying to convince myself that I'm trusting her to God's care. It would be easier, though, if the humans involved with her care were a little more competent.