My mother was living in an independent retirement apartment for 6 years. She was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in September. I was told she could continue to live in her apartment, but her health decline had everyone concerned. I had her on the list for elevated care, but no beds are available. She receives in home hospice care and I make almost daily visits. This morning the facility sent her to the hospital, because she was lying on the floor sleeping. They said she cannot come back into the facility unless we hire around the clock care. Since they sent her to the hospital her hospice was revoked. They did not call me until after she was sent to the hospital. They were told not to send her to the hospital and if there was any incident that they should contact hospice and me. Their failure to follow the protocol for hospice will likely cost us and has resulted in my mother being taken off hospice. I have to take her to the hospice facility, over an hour from my home to have her reinstated. This is dangerous journey in her health state. Now the facility is stating that I have to pay another months rent, because I need to give them 30 days notice, but they are the ones terminating the lease. Does anyone know what legal recourse I have against her retirement apartment? I feel as though they should have to pay for any of the additional medical expenses resulting from them calling the ambulance. Additionally, I don't believe I should have to pay another months rent since they are the ones making unreasonable demands that are not stipulated in her lease.