If I have to help my elderly, almost blind, hard of hearing Dad with the urinal, cleaning, getting up and down with slick socks from home to get the voiding process going again, help him sit up, help him lie back down, uncover him, cover him, hand him water to drink and hold the straw, looked and cannot find a call button, but other call buttons go off continuously, who is getting paid for my labor. Been pre-assigned to 5th floor and rooms being cleaned since when...noon? Been here in ER since about 2am this morning. No sleep for 36+ hours. The only observation going on is no bells going off on monitor. I can also do that at home. When he was passing out at home in front of us and again in front of EMS personnel, he needed meds to which I had no access. Very few people early this morning. Now it is overrun even in the halls. Dad can't see to read or see those little tv's, and can't hear them. Why stress out the patient and the caregiver?