Jun 02, 2015 - 08:05 PM
There are some places that will not "kick out" a resident if they begin to require more help. They may increase the fee that is charged but you will know in advance what levels of care will be charged what types of fees.
Despite the fact that she has developed relationships with a few of the staff it sounds like the rest of them are either under staffed at times or they are paying attention to the residents the way they should. And I am sure there are many other reasons for the falls that you Mom has had. But it might be better for your Mom to move her to a facility where you know she will not be asked to leave. She will be a bit confused at first, she may take a while to develop a good relationship with the nurses but for her safety it sounds like a move is in her best interest.
I suppose another option, and an expensive one, would be to hire a caregiver or aid that will be with your Mom one on one to assist her. If that is a possibility the facility where your Mom is may reconcider the decision to ask her to leave. Hospitals have "sitters" for people that may wander or try to get out of bed. They are often nursing students, CNA students and the like that can study while keeping a watchful eye on someone. You could ask the facility if they have a list of people that may do this type of work.