Moved ALZ dad from a NU to a MC this past Wednesday. As reported, found out the NH had not being giving my dad his seizure med for a whole month due to a clerical error. Now in three days at Memory Care: Went 30 hours without fluids as they did not have the Thick It and everyone (MC, NH, hospice) was all pointing fingers at each other as to why the orders were not in place. It could be any, but I would think in the meanwhile, the MC would not let him go 30 hours without fluids. He is supposed to have nebulizer three times a day. First MC said they equipment had not come from hospice. Finally did last night. Today they said they had not received the nebulizer meds from pharmacy. I called pharmacy to ream them out only to be told they indeed delivered it three nights ago, at such and such a time, and signed for by a certain named nurse. So they confirmed they had it but could not find it. Finally they found it. They said his neb time was at eight to night. I said the heck with that, he is supposed to have it three times a day and he has not had it for three days, do it now. I called the hospice nurse who called the MC to raise hell (hospice is a godsend) and finally they did it. He was supposed to have a thickened ensure type drink with meals, and they always claimed it was coming from pharmacy that night. Yet the pharmancy told me today they made very clear to the MC that it would not be available until Monday. So I have been with my dad at meals all the time trying to assure he eats OK as in the past he would have a supplement drink to add if he didn't eat well. Its tough enough to watch my dad fade away the way it is . The reason you pay money to a facility is to have the peace of mind your LO is being taken care of, but I feel I am the only one making sure of this. Maybe this is just normal with all facilities, especially in the early days and you need to advocate. I was mad at the SNF we took him from, but looking back, they were probably not so bad. Am I just having bad luck or is this typical for places?