I'm so concerned that my mother isn't always getting the best care at the rehab facility she's at. The goal is to get her hip pain under control and through PT, back to being able to walk unassisted (with a wheeled walker) and return to her assisted living apartment. At what point do I just trust and let go of the worry? They weren't adequately addressing her pain relief right from the beginning (and thus, her ability to do the PT), but we had a big meeting yesterday morning and a care plan was put into place. So many things seem to fall through the cracks when the patient is alone, and in my mind, she's sitting there miserable and despondent, as she was evening before last. Do you simply get used to mistakes being made? I simply cannot be there all the time, nor is it in her best interests for me to do that. I myself am disabled, so the physical toll is exhausting, along with the mental toll. I even fell asleep for a spilt second on the way home, while sitting at the stoplight. If anything happens to her there, it will just have to be. I have done my best...so why do I feel so awful?