Mother at in house therapy program due to a brain bleed from fall/dizziness and developed an eye infection that escalated to point that she now has lost vision in the eye. Not sure how it escalated to that point without being looked at but I received a call on a Friday night at 5 pm to inform me of eye problems and to come and take her to the Eye Dr. the next day at 10 am; said it could not wait until Monday. (Note: There is a Dr on staff providing care.) I live out of state and could not get there by 10 am. I had no idea there was an eye problem and when asked how bad it was I was told a piece was peeling on her eye and it was bad; so, I told them if that bad to take her to emergency room. Apparently my mother had told them it hurt and they had been giving her a compress to place on it. After that night at the ER, the eye Dr. saw her every day for several weeks which went down to every other day and now once a week. Transportation was arranged by facility for those visits. I spoke w/eye Dr and they said is was an ulcer and infection and that it is now under control but sight has not returned. I was informed she was lucky she didn’t lose her eye. Since she now has vision loss, she still has trouble w/balance and cannot pass the OT test. The facility decided since the blindness will more than likely be permanent she will never be able to pass it so it was time to discharge her. She was released without her balance issue being resolved which is why she was admitted in the first place; and, now she only has vision in one eye. I have voiced my concerns to the social worker at the facility and spoke to eye doctor. Any suggestions on if I should pursue; and, if so, how?