My father was in assisted living/memory care facility. Almost all decisions were being made on his behalf without communicating most things to the POA. The Physicians Assistant overseeing that facility was also making virtually all decisions on my dad’s behalf without my knowledge or consent. My father was requested into the clinic on a bi-weekly basis and the alternating weeks he was getting blood drawn. He became anemic, low in B12, then high in B12 he was being given intramuscular shots and my dad hated needles. The facility did not inform me of medications my dad was on, what condition(s) he was in, I didn’t even know that my father had taken a turn for the worst! I was the one who sought medical treatment for him to go to the hospital. Diagnosed with a UTI and dehydration, sent out of hospital, 9 days later ends up in 2nd hospital with renal failure (was previously put on Acyclovir 8,400 mg. On a 94 year old body in facility in July and declined from there. After entering into the 2nd hospital he had declined in hydration so bad that he could not make it. Veins too small to give hydration access. He knew he was dying and started refusing anything they wanted to give him.. ultimately passed away in hospice. I had an attorney review the paperwork (personal injury) and after looking all the documents over stated he had so much going on that there didn’t seem to be a clear path to why he ended up with a UTI, dehydration, renal failure, sepsis. Etc. Naturally, I am so angry at the facility and the Physicians Assistant. I am working through the state and I am doing affidavits so they at least know I’m telling the truth about the fact that I was not notified of most things. We lost my dad in Sept 2020. It still pains me from time to time about all he went through. I guess the attorney’s want the slam dunk cases. I want to seek justice however I can and yet the state investigators are almost useless when it comes to these serious matters. They missed the documentation from the 1st hospital re: dehydration. It only said UTI. There will be a state investigator to look into the practices of the Physicians assistant. He was acting as if my father didn’t have Alzheimer’s/dementia. I had no knowledge from the facility or the PA that dad was being taken out and having blood drawn for months and months. He documents falsely, “as per family request, he would like blood draws” that was an absolute lie because dad hated needles. Is there a support group for people who have gone through what I have gone through? I will be talking with the “disability rights of Washington” on the 10th, I don’t know what they can do for him/me. Yes, he’s gone, but this will happen to others too. Some how these people know what they can get a way with. We are the ones in the dark.