My father 98 fell on January 2, and he was taken to the hospital. He died eight days later. Although we were told by the bookkeeper that if we cleared out his apartment, we might get some of the month's rent back, we later learned that the corporation policy requires a 30 day advance notice EVEN WHEN A TENANT DIES unexpectedly. I get it that typical rentals require the full month if a tenant spends any part of a month in a unit....but with NO exemptions for death, this is an incredible money grabbing policy by the company!!! Besides keeping my father's >$3000 rent for a room he occupied only two days in January, we have not gotten his security deposit returned. The management informed us that his room was in good condition and we could expect to get back his "security deposit" of $1000. It has been almost THREE MONTHS since his apartment was confirmed to be OK and vacated January 15, and there has been no check yet. Each time I call, I am told that the "higher up" office has already cut the check - but it is hard to believe that any form of mail delivery would take three weeks to deliver it. If you are considering placing a loved one in the Hidenwood, make sure that they give a thirty days notice BEFORE they die unless you want to get socked with another month's rent. It will help to make sure they plan to die on the last day of the month so that the company cannot charge an extra month's rent! It's a policy that lacks all fairness and compassion!