Please beware before placing your loved one at Tuscany Village in Pearland, Texas. I placed my father there and 4 days later he died. I went everyday after placing him there and when I went on the fourth day he was non-responsive, his blood/oxygen level was in the 70's (100 is the best), which he has always been between 92 - 98, and his sugar level was sky high. They gave him oxygen and that helped a little, then I had to tell them to call an ambulance. After 20 minutes passed, he hadn't changed, and there was no ambulance. I called 911 and was advised they hadn't even been called. When the nurse and her supervisor returned and I confronted them about not calling an ambulance, they said they called a private service. Needless to say, they private service never showed and thank goodness the 911 dispatcher sent their ambulance. The RN lied saying that she gave my dad 3 units of insulin an hour before and chuckled that his sugar level went up. When she said that to the 2 EMTs, they both looked at her and said at the same time ""And it went up?"" That's when I knew she lied. A couple days prior to this, I spoke privately to a CNA, who told me that residents who have cameras in their rooms get better treatment and care than those who do not. I didn't have the time to get that camera installed. Please.... please... if you love your loved one, don't put them at Tuscany Village!!!