Mom has profound hearing loss and end stage COPD on a high flow oxygen concentrator that up until yesterday was kept in the bathroom due to the amount of heat it puts out. The social services gal came to Mom's room and said she has to have the oxygen moved to her side of the room, as threading tubing around new roommate's area to Mom's area is now a safety violation. I asked why they were able to do so with other roommates she's had, but now she has to have it right there where it creates enormous amounts of heat and noise- neither of which were considered when the roommate was moved in. I feel that they are penalizing my Mom with their prior violations, her own health will be compromised with breathing and she cannot hear anyone by phone call or visiting in such noise. Her options are to suck it up or move to other side of room to put oxygen back in bathroom. Threading it around the roommates bed to my Mom's area is hardly unsafe but apparently a violation to do so. If that is how they pair seniors together the details and needs of each were dismissed. So for the weekend we will see if my Mom can handle the condition or give up and be moved. How is this taking her lung condition into consideration? Mom's 98 and can't get a chance to relax and be able to adopt when they pull another stunt. State DHS needs this one.