Mom's condition has changed drastically, although somewhat progressively, over the last few months. Is it obnoxious to leave a list of what I consider "little things" taped on the wall in her room for the CNAs to read? For example, the TV is left on so loud, they put those non-skid booties on her which she hates and by the way she is not even walking or putting her feet on the ground, and I want to ask them to just put her own socks on. Another thing is that they never pull the curtain back (surrounding her bed) so that she can see the pictures that I tape on the wall when she's lying in bed. She is pretty immobile now, not eating and with a feeding tube and her speech is somewhat impaired, but I think that even if she could speak, she is so tired of it all (Neurologists think she as PSP). And knowing her little preferences, I want to ask them to change those few things. It's hard for me to catch her regular CNAs and talk wtih them because I tend to go off hours and on the weekend. Will they see this as totally obnoxious? Not sure why, but I worry about that! Oh and sometimes I go and find snack wrappers in mom's garbage can. I would hope that they have better sense than to eat in front of her, but I don't know if these wrappers belong to the CNAs or to mom's roommate (in which case, I can't and wouldn't complain) but feel like I have to say something.