Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes cannot offer the same level of care. Assisted Living Facilities do not offer specialty care. They have fewer nurses, fewer CNAs, and less overall oversight of the individual resident. Thus, Assisted Living Facilities generally have residents who are more independent. However, due to desire to fill beds and generate more revenue, Assisted Living administrators sometimes take residents they cannot necessarily care for. Such is the case with a matter our firm is currently handling. In this particular case, the resident was brought into an Assisted Living Facility even though there was documentation that showing the resident had fallen thirty seven times at a previous nursing home. This resident was clearly a high risk for falls. Assisted Living Facilities are simply not equipped to provide the kind of care that this individual needed. Consequently, within three days after being admitted to the Assisted Living Facility, this resident fell and severely fractured her wrist.