My 92 yr old mother lives in an Independent Living Facility in Missouri. Last night, fire engine sirens woke my mother up. She got dressed, went out to the hall, didn't see anyone else, looked downstairs, again, no was around. The sirens stopped and she went back to sleep. My concern: The facility recently changed their policy of having a husband and wife manager team live onsite, to one where all staff leave the facility at 9 p.m. The residents are provided with a life-alert type thing in case of a personal emergency, but what happens when/if there is an emergency like a fire? How are the residents supposed to know about it, or know what to do about it? Mom doesn't want me to talk to the management so as not to be a 'trouble-maker', but I am now very worried about everyone's safety. She likes it there, and moving is not an option at this point. Any suggestions or advise? I didn't even know that everyone leaves at night until this happened.