My father had been at a memory care facility that advertises they care for dementia residents. My father's anti-anxiety medication stopped working adequately. He became agitated and threw a pottery item through the glass of the locked French doors of his studio apartment. Usually his caregivers state he can be stubborn but his behavior overall is fine. Several times different caregivers have commented how sweet he is. He was admitted to a Geri psychiatric hospital where the doctor got the medications corrected. The director of nursing at the memory care unit is refusing to accept him back. She originally refused to even do a personal assessment to determine his eligibility to return. After speaking to personnel in corporate, they've done a one on one assessment. Monday I await their determination. Realistically the nursing director isn't going to rescind her opinion at this point. What do I do?