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They take care of his medicines and all of that. It was just that they let him write and mail letters and didn't intercept any of them. He was writing inappropriate letters and that is why he needed to be locked up. No problems with the medication management. They have activities - they always had something going on. Not only his floor but somewhere, there's three buildings. Sometimes they had to go to another building for recreation. The place is not locked down at all, and they couldn't tell he had Alzheimer's, so one day he got in a taxi to the car dealership and bought a car. I liked the staff fine, he just didn't get along with one person. I'm actually trying to get him back in here now.