Mom's in assisted living and other than being in a wheelchair she's quite mobile getting around on her own...they recently moved her to a table for 2..there was a man there but he didn't like the location so they moved him to an aisle (we've been asking to move Mom to an aisle for the ease of getting in and out. Mom been here for 4 years and this man for 3 weeks. We've discussed this with the director and when I asked why HE was moved and not Mom ...he couldn't discuss it (??)..I explained it's not healthy for her to be alone at a table.she feels shes being punished...they said she's there so she can get in and out on her own...we've asked several times to move her (plenty of open seats available) and nothing has been done...do I contact an ombudsman for this...will I make it more difficult for Mom if I do?At this point, she's depressed and not happy and wants to look around for other places. Some emply seats are being held for people in hospitals or rehab...I understand this but there are others available. doesn't seem like there's much compassion. I told them it's not healthy for her to sit and eat alone...very frustrating...Is the ombudsman or elder affairs in order?