that was closed some time ago. And reopened. It's hard to get a straight answer but it sounds like it the same group or personal with a different name. They are pushing to discharge her but then insisting that she needs Rehab and Therapy. An Elder Group told us of our rights under Medicare. Since the Rehab knows we spoke with the advisors they are hostile. The 'boss' said something so off the wall it was scary. We go to meeting and see the 'boss' and insurance 'care person' and their 'care person' talking. Then the meeting is a lecture of nonsense. If I dare open my mouth i am spoken to like a child and told I know nothing. I got up and and called the number posted for Elder Affairs, they said something about not dealing with Nursing Homes. Upon return the 'boss' said she waswas going to was someone...I said ok she got red and ran into her office I am trying to move my mother and apparently upon hearing this the Nursing Home called the potential Home, they wanted to me to know what they were doing. This is all too much. In the middle of it all my mother's friend showed up at the Nursing Home to see about putting her brother there, sadly he died overnight from a fall at an Assisted Living, but the Nursing Home told me they didn't want me discussing anything with that potential client. I felt threatened. Is this typical behavior with Nursing Homes doing Rehab and Ins, and what about medical privacy, phoning other Nursing Homes and then adding insult to injury after mistreating me and my mother telling up to keep their secrets.....I called our Estate Attorney and he said it wasn't his field and that he hears things like this all the time. Is it true? This is common? Where do these people get the nerve to behavior like this? Or better said how do you stop this intrusion?