The RN's in Personal Care are to administer eye drops: AZOPT in both eyes in the am and AZOPT and Lisiprinol in the pm in both eyes at least 5 minutes apart. When she was moved to Personal Care from her Independant Living Apartment I was no longer permitted to stay with Mom overnight. The nurses were telling me in the am they gave her eyedrops before I arrive. I started started tom come in earlier so I could see for myself if she was being given eye drops. When I stayed with my Mother in Independent Living I never missed a pill or eyedrop. That is how it should be in Personal Care. To my horror when eyedrops were administered in front of me in the am the Nurse was incorrectly giving her Lisiprinol in the am and was not giving her the AZOPT in the am. Further she was only being given AZOOT at night. This had gone on for approximately 2 months. She had a visual hallucination in the dining room about a month later. She saw an airplane land upside down in the parking lot and a man come and turn it right side up. She saw another airplane land iupside down and a man turn it rightside up. I went along with her. She then told me that she was on a cruise last week and the women all had on white gowns and wore lots of diamonds. After dinner when we went back to her apartment and she got into bed she became frightened. She saw a man's hands coming out of her closet and holding onto her open door to the living room. I went into the closet and checked it thoroughly so she would not be afraid. The she saw hair hanging on the bathroom wall that she she's from her bed when the bathroom door is open. We leave the light on in th bathroom at night. Finally she went to sleep. That was her only hallucination. It was all visual. I found an article on Charles Bonnet syndrome on the internet that comes from a variety of eye conditions including Glaucoma in older adults with later life vision loss. My Mother can still read the newspaper with glasses. Her Glaucoma has progressed with her eye Dr. sending her to a specialist because he noted a change. We have an appointment with him next week. We reported the failure for Personal Care to properly administer her medications, ie. her pills and significantly failure to administer her eyedrops for a continuing period of time to the state licensing bureau.upon advice of the Obudsman. I have not heard back from them. The facility limits my visits to 8 am until 8 pm. I am here everyday. I am uncomfortable that I do not see the giving Mother eye drops. Mother is 99 years old. My questions include any answers that might be given. There are many bad circumstances surrounding this issue. We are trying to sort them all out. It is too overwhelming to state all matter in one question. We are starting here. God Bless any help or ideas.