If you’re interested in finding a home for someone who needs care and assistance, drive past Morningside. This is a dismal step above a nursing home. Currently undergoing a facelift of common areas, the staff, now visible to residents and visitors, hasn’t had any change in attitude or behavior from when they were able to hide behind closed doors (eating, complaining and preoccupied with their cell phones). Resident care and safety are not a priority, and “not in my job description” is the mantra. While the renovation gives the impression of clean, shiny and new, visit any resident’s area and you will find dirty carpet that is rarely vacuumed, closet doors that won’t stay on their tracks, ceilings with water stains, bathrooms with broken fixtures and management that couldn’t care less. The dining room is basic and institutional with absolutely no consideration to pleasing either the eye or the palate. There is a revolving door when it comes to both administrative and patient care positions, and all the good ones have had the good sense to get away.